The PW2000 was developed by Pratt & Whitney to power the 757 entering into service in 1984. With 37,000-43,000 pounds of thrust, the technical innovations of this engine type delivered high reliability, low maintenance costs resulting in unparalleled performance at the time. It was also the first engine to offer electronic engine control, also known as FADEC (Full-Authority Digital Electronic Control). With more than 26 million hours of service, the PW2000 is ETOPS certified and can meet the demands of both short and long-haul operations. CTS Engines is proud to offer full-service MRO capabilities for PW2000 operators.