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Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 2004
Total Production: 507
Unitary Cost: USD$9.5 million
Origin: United States of America
Corporations: United Technologies
Parent System: F119
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 2004
Total Production: 507
Total Cost: USD$3.0 billion
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Description: The F119 engine is designed to provide the reliability, affordability, maintainability and performance required for the front line fighters of the future. The engine 's advanced architecture provides double the reliability and ease of maintenance of current engines. Two F119-PW-100 engines power the F/A-22 Raptor Air Dominance Fighter. The F119 thrust vectoring nozzle provides the Raptor with enhanced maneuverability while its 35,000 pounds of thrust provide supercruise speed (supersonic speed without afterburner).

In May 2003, Pratt & Whitney was awarded a $431 million contract funding production of 42 F119 engines as well as spare engines with deliveries slated for 2006. To date, the F119 engine has logged more than 12,000 flight hours. In August 2004, the US Air Force and Pratt & Whitney opened a new joint maintenance facility for the overhaul of F119 engines at the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center at Tinker Air Force Base. P&W is responsible for engine/module repair and overhaul process, from scheduling to providing materials. The US Air Force Mechanics perform overhaul, cleaning, inspection services and repair activities.

As of December 2005 Pratt & Whitney announced that had delivered 200 F119-PW-100 engines to the US Air Force to power the F/A-22 Raptor multi-role aircraft. In late December 2005 the US Air Force was operating 56 F/A-22A air dominance fighters. On 21 September 2006, the US Air Force awarded United Technologies a $455 million contract modification for production of Lot 6 F119 engines and related services for the F/A-22 Raptor aircraft. This contract calls for the production of 48 F119-PW-100 engines.

F119-PW-100 Applications

Combat Aircraft F/A-22A Raptor Propulsion Systems F135-PW-100

F119-PW-100 Specifications

Fan Diameter: 1,160 millimeter (46 inch)
Length: 5.16 meter (203 inch)
Dry Weight: 1,770 kilogram (3,902 pound)
Max Thrust non-Afterburning: 23,000 pound
Max Thrust with Afterburning: 35,000 pound (15,876 kilogram)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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F119-PW-100 News

There are 15 news between
24 May 2004 and 14 Dec 2017
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Thursday, December 14, 2017US Air Force Awards $6.7 Billion Contract for F119 Engine Sustainment
Thursday, January 17, 2013Pratt & Whitney Completes Delivery of 507 F119 Engines to US Air Force
Tuesday, September 25, 2012Pratt & Whitney Delivers the 500th F119 Engine to the United States Air Force
Monday, November 23, 2009Pratt & Whitney Delivers 400th F119 Engine to US Air Force
Wednesday, February 11, 2009Pratt & Whitney Awarded Contract Option for F119 Engine Support
Wednesday, February 20, 2008Pratt & Whitney Awarded $521.2 Million Contract for F119 Engine Support
Thursday, December 13, 2007US Air Force Awards Contracts for Fiscal Year 2008 F-22 Fleet Sustainment
Thursday, October 18, 2007Raptor's F119 Engine Achieves 50,000 Flight Hours
Tuesday, July 31, 2007Pratt & Whitney to Deliver F119 Engines for F-22 Multiyear Procurement Contract
US Air Force Awards F-22 Aircraft and F119 Engine Multi-Year Contract

Operators & Related Equipment

United States of America507
The 507th and final production F119 engine was delivered on January 17, 2013
Jan 2013507final engine delivered on January 17, 2013
Sep 2012500
Nov 2009400

Grand Total 5071
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