Commercial Aircraft

A320neo Pratt & Whitney GTF engine issue

Following an issue identified on a limited number of recently delivered Pratt & Whitney GTF engines affecting the High Pressure Compressor aft hub, Airbus and Pratt & Whitney are assessing the situation.

Pratt & Whitney, the engine manufacturer, is investigating the root cause of this new finding with the full support of Airbus. The efforts of both companies are directed to support customers and operators to minimize any disruption.

In line with standard airworthiness procedures, EASA, the European Aviation Safety Agency has published an Emergency Airworthiness Directive. Airbus has informed its affected A320neo customers and operators.

To date, 113 Pratt & Whitney powered A320neo family aircraft are flying with 18 customers. 

Your contact

Sean Lee

Head of Communications - Airbus Asia-Pacific

Clay McConnell

Head of Communications - Airbus Americas

Stefan Schaffrath

Head of External Communications - Airbus Commercial Aircraft