Pratt And Whitney Workers Approve New Contract
Rentschler Field Getting A New NameAt what was expected to be a groundbreaking ceremony in East Hartford, officials today announced that Rentschler Field will be renamed Pratt & Whitney Stadium at Rentschler Field.
Job Loss A Presence In Conn./UTC DealWhen Connecticut struck a deal for up to $400 million in tax credits for United Technologies Corp., the sides said the company's helicopter and aerospace divisions would remain here ``for years to come.''
Union, Pratt & Whitney In Final Days Of Pact Talks
Pratt, Machinists Open Talks Jobs will likely be the top issue as jet engine manufacturer Pratt & Whitney and the union for Machinists open contract talks this week.
Billion Dollar Pratt Contract For Joint Strike Fighter EnginesEast Hartford-based Pratt & Whitney has signed a $1 billon contract to build F-35 engines for the Pentagon's Joint Strike fighter program.
Boeing Delivers Final C-17, Powered By Pratt Engines, To The Air Force Boeing has delivered the final C-17 produced for the U.S. Air Force. The transport plane is powered by four Pratt & Whitney PW 2040 engines.
Pratt Changing Leadership
200 Salaried Job Cuts At Pratt In State, 400 Company-WideAnother round of job cuts at Pratt and Whitney, as the company announces a restructuring of the salaried workforce.
Decade-Long Cancer Study at Pratt Ends
Pratt Seeks Buyouts, Layoffs May Be In FutureEast Hartford-based Pratt and Whitney is trying to save money through buyouts, and likely through layoffs down the road.
Heat, Not Fatigue, Blamed For Cracked Fighter Jet Engine BladeHeat was the cause of a cracked blade in an engine on an F-35 fighter jet that prompted the entire fleet to be briefly grounded last month, manufacturer Pratt & Whitney said Wednesday.