East Hartford aerospace manufacturer Pratt & Whitney signed seven-year agreements worth $450 million to provide maintenance to Japan Airlines Co. engines and parts.
Under the fleet management agreement, Pratt's Singapore-based Eagle Services Asian will provide maintenance for Pratt's PW4090 used by Japan Airlines. In another agreement, Pratt's Global Services Partners will provide part repair services for three other Pratt engines used by the airline. Each of the four types of engine provides power for different sizes of commercial airline.
Each of the two agreements is for seven years.
Pratt's Global Service Partners provides maintenance for engines made by Pratt, International Aero Engines, General Electric, Rolls-Royce and CFMI. Pratt is a subsidiary of Hartford-based United Technologies Corp.