PW2000 Engine

Pratt & Whitney

Technical Specifications

  • Max. Thrust

    191 kN

  • Bypass Ratio


  • Pressure Ratio


  • Length

    3729 mm

  • Max. diameter

    2150 mm

  • Weight

    3311 kg

Entering revenue service in 1984 as the first commercial engine with FADEC (Full-Authority Digital Electronic Control) technology, the PW2000 powers all models of the twin-engine Boeing 757 and is used in several military applications. Delta TechOps has serviced these engines since their introduction in 1984.


Modification, Repair and Overhaul

  • Full Restoration/Overhaul (All Modules)
  • Hospital Visit (Check/Repair)
  • Light Maintenance (Minimal Penetration)
  • Performance Restoration (Gas Path)

Engine Test Cell Runs

1st Run Warranty Repairs

Repair Service for Engine Components 

  • Electronic Engine Control (EEC)
  • Line Replaceable Units (LRUs) Including Quick Engine Change (QEC) and Basic Engine Parts

On-wing Support

Engine Condition and Trend Monitoring

Non-Destructive Testing and Diagnostics

  • FPI (Fluorescent & Penetrant Inspection)
  • MPI (Magnetic Particle Inspection)
  • Immersion Ultra-Sonic NDT
  • RF and Eddy Current NDT
  • Borescope

Engineering Support

AOG Support Worldwide, 24/365 – Available to Customers

Provisioning of Lease Engines and Spare Parts Through Delta TechOps’ Inventory Exchange Support

Customized Complete Fleet™  Programs

ISO 9001 Certification

FAA/EASA Dual Release Capability

FAR Part 145 and Part 121 Repair Authority