Pratt & Whitney, a Raytheon Technologies (NYSE:RTX) business, recently announced plans to invest $255 million through 2028 in a world-class sustainment facility in Oklahoma City.
The new 845,000-square-foot facility will act as a hub for depot operations for all Pratt & Whitney military engines.
“This is an exciting announcement for Oklahoma and our growing international dominance in the aerospace and defense industry,” said Governor Kevin Stitt. “This $255 million investment in a world-class sustainment center helps strengthen Oklahoma’s position as the MRO capital of the world and I am thrilled for Pratt & Whitney to continue to invest and expand in our state.”
– Staff Report, The Oklahoma 100