Pratt & Whitney engine designed for quiet power

05/29/2013 | Hartford Courant (Conn.), The

Pratt & Whitney is developing a jet engine that is 20 decibels quieter than previous engines. "This is the first time in commercial aviation that you can't blame the engine guys anymore," said Alan Epstein, Pratt's head of technology. Airlines have ordered around 3,500 of Pratt's PurePower geared turbofan engines.

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