RTX’s Pratt & Whitney awarded F100 engine maintenance contract for Saudi

Pratt and Whitney has been awarded an F100 engine contract for a material management programme by Saudi Arabia’s Middle East Propulsion Company (MEPC).

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MEPC is the prime contractor of the Saudi Ministry of Defense for F100 engine sustainment services. The maintenance contract, valued at $65.8 million, supplies spare parts and engine services in support of the Royal Saudi Air Force’s (RSAF) F-15 Eagles.

"This contract marks a transition to a more proactive and comprehensive sustainment solution that offers the Royal Saudi Air Force end-to-end efficiencies and greater affordability,” said Josh Goodman, senior director of the F100 Program at Pratt & Whitney. “Pratt & Whitney will assume more responsibility for optimising fleet readiness, allowing the customer to focus on critical missions.”