Your Engine Alliance GP7200 engines come with a pedigree of reliability from a partnership with 188 years of combined experience. We create more than the engine for the world’s largest airliner. We create the greatest potential for your market growth.
The Engine Alliance (EA) is a 50-50 joint venture of General Electric Co. (NYSE:GE) and Pratt & Whitney of United Technologies Corp. (NYSE:UTX). Built on the highly successful heritage of GE90 and PW4000, our GP7200 engine incorporates state-of-the-art advances from both GE Aviation and Pratt & Whitney.
The quietest, most reliable, most fuel efficient engine for the A380, only the GP7200 engine has demonstrated three separate improvements in fuel burn. Not by our own specifications but recognized by Airbus and published in the A380 performance handbook.
Our mission is to make the A380 the star of your fleet.The EA applies the industry-leading expertise of EA partner companies MTU Aero Engines, Snecma (SAFRAN) and Techspace Aero (SAFRAN), and incorporates the latest technologies from GE and Pratt & Whitney.
Our growing customer base depends on the GP7200-powered A380 to carry tens of thousands of passengers worldwide at today’s highest standard of international air travel.
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Amy Johnston has been appointed president of Engine Alliance in February 2019.
Amy joined Pratt & Whitney in 1997 and has held roles of increasing leadership responsibility in aftermarket operations, engine overhaul and materials management.
In 2013, Amy was appointed General Manager of Pratt & Whitney Materials International Sàrl based in Lucerne, Switzerland. In this customer-facing role, she led an international team providing material solutions to MRO and airline customers in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia-Pacific.
Prior to Switzerland, Amy was the director of operations at the Turkish Engine Center in Istanbul, Turkey. In 2009, she helped launch TEC, a joint venture between Pratt & Whitney and Turkish Technic for the maintenance, overhaul and repair of turbofan aircraft CFM56 and V2500 engines. Amy has also held several supply chain and operations roles across a variety of MRO sites.
Amy received a Master of Business Administration from Cornell University and a Bachelor of Arts from Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley, Massachusetts.
Before joining Engine Alliance, David was the finance manager for GE Aviation’s GEnx services business. David has 18 years of GE Aviation financial management experience in services, commercial engines, supply chain and shop operations. David graduated from the University College of Swansea with a bachelor’s degree in management science and qualified as a chartered accountant in the United Kingdom with Ernst & Young.
In 2011, Niall joined GE as the product line leader of the Waukesha Gas Engine business. In 2013, he was appointed general manager of the LMS100 product line. In 2015, he won the GE Power Leadership Award for product line competitiveness. In Niall’s most recent role, he was general manager of the J920 product line for Distributed Power business and was responsible for leading all aspects of product lifecycle. Niall received a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University College Dublin and an MBA from Otterbein University.
Shannon joined Pratt & Whitney in 1997 as a Maintenance Repair & Overhaul (MRO) process engineer. Since then she has held several positions with increasing responsibility in program management, contracts and aftermarket operations for both Pratt & Whitney and International Aero Engines. Shannon joined Engine Alliance in 2011 as Aftermarket Services Leader responsible for network capacity and performance. She holds a bachelor’s degree in material science engineering from Lehigh University, an MBA from Indiana University and a Juris Doctor from University of Connecticut School of Law.
Eddy started with GE in 1995 as a sales engineer in industrial systems. He then filled several roles supporting aeroderivative product lines, later becoming strategic development manager for the division. In 2014, Eddy joined the EA as Vice President of Sales and focal point for Air France, Transaero Airlines and Air Austral. Eddy earned his undergraduate degree in engineering from the Ohio State University, and an MBA from the University of Michigan.
In addition to his role as VP of Sales & Marketing, Wayne is the EA focal point for Korean Airlines. Wayne joined Pratt & Whitney in 1973 and has since progressed through positions in manufacturing and aftermarket operations, customer support, programs and sales. Wayne holds a bachelor’s degree in engineering from Central Connecticut State University, and is a graduate of Pratt & Whitney’s Machinist and Tool & Die Apprenticeship programs. He also served as a flight engineer in the United States Air Force Reserves on the KC-10 and C-130 aircraft.
Mary began her career as a structural design engineer before joining GE Aviation in 1998 as a Configuration Design Engineer. She’s since held several leadership roles within the product support and marketing divisions, most recently acting as Marketing Manager for the GEnx Program. Mary is a graduate of Ohio State University with a bachelor’s of science degree in structural engineering and an MBA from Xavier University.
Dave joined P&W in 1992 as a structures engineer and transitioned to the aftermarket in 2002, assuming several leadership positions at the Cheshire Engine Center. He joined P&W Line Maintenance Services (LMS) in 2011 and was named General Manager, Line Maintenance Services in the spring of 2012. Dave holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute and a master’s degree in mechanical engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
Rob joined GE in in 1999, moving through various technical and leadership roles in Control Systems and Performance Engineering before joining Engine Alliance in 2017 as the EA-West director of product support engineering and engine systems. He has a bachelor’s and master’s degree in mechanical engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute.