GE, Pratt & Whitney race to develop fuel-efficient engine

Jet engine makers are competing to develop a new fuel-efficient engine that will power the next generation of commercial jetliners. General Electric at the Farnborough International Airshow announced plans to develop a new family of engine cores. Meanwhile, Pratt & Whitney executives noted that they have already started developing an engine that will burn 12% less fuel than today's engines.

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