P&W Secures $65.8M Contract for Saudi F-15 Jet Engine Support

The contract activities commenced in January 2024 and are scheduled to continue through the latter half of 2025.
  • Defensemirror.com bureau
  • 06:53 AM, April 29, 2024
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P&W Secures $65.8M Contract for Saudi F-15 Jet Engine Support
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Pratt & Whitney, a division of RTX, has secured a $65.8 million contract to provide support for Saudi Arabia's F-15 fighter jet engines under the management of the Middle East Propulsion Company (MEPC).

The maintenance contract encompasses the provision of spare parts and engine services to bolster the operational capabilities of the Royal Saudi Air Force's (RSAF) fleet of F-15 Eagles.

This agreement will see Pratt & Whitney deepen its collaboration with MEPC and RSAF, facilitating enhanced integration that includes streamlined access to engine data and improved inventory management processes. Pratt & Whitney will take on responsibilities such as forecasting, technical support, and ensuring timely material delivery to support heightened operational readiness, more efficient predictive maintenance, optimal module turn times, and increased engine availability.

The contract activities commenced in January 2024 and are scheduled to continue through the latter half of 2025.

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