Power for Kingfisher fleet

Pratt & Whitney and India’s Kingfisher Airlines have signed a contract for engines to power Kingfisher’s new fleet of Airbus A330 aircraft.


Pratt & Whitney and India’s Kingfisher Airlines have signed a contract for engines to power Kingfisher’s new fleet of Airbus A330 aircraft.



The deal includes 10 PW4000-100″ installed engines, one spare and an option for an additional 10 engines. Pratt & Whitney was also awarded a long-term fleet management program to overhaul and repair Kingfisher’s PW4000 engines.



The total transaction is valued at $300m, plus an additional $200m if all options are exercised.

The Pratt & Whitney PW4000-100″ engine – model number PW4168A – was designed for the Airbus A330 aircraft. More than 2,700 PW4000 family engines are in service with 90 million hours of cumulative service experience.