The Pratt & Whitney PW1100G-powered Airbus A320neo’s handover to Lufthansa Group marked the public debut of new Pratt president Robert Leduc, who is replacing Paul Adams as Pratt’s top executive just as the geared turbofan (GTF) engine enters service. Pratt parent United Technologies Corp. (UTC) announced late last week that Adams, who became Pratt’s president just two years ago, will be retiring at the end of February. There had been no advance notice of the move. ...

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