The company said in a statement said the outlook for 2018 remains bright as more GTF engines enter revenue service this year.
"The GTF engine programme is continuing to attract new orders and is ramping up production deliveries, all while supporting a growing in-service fleet," the statement said.
"Our airline customers tell us they're pleased the engine is meeting fuel burn expectations right out of the gate. We're excited about continuing to provide them with game-changing, advanced technology engines that deliver annual recurring fuel savings," said senior vice president, commercial engines programs at P&W Tom Pelland.
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