Geoff Hunt is senior vice president of Engineering & Technology at Pratt & Whitney, the company that introduced
the GTF™ family of engines in 2016 to drive down the environmental impact of the latest generation of commercial
airframes. He leads Pratt & Whitney’s global Engineering team, with a focus on designing and supporting the
Pratt & Whitney portfolio of engine programs, developing technical leadership and capability, and advancing
technologies that will support the next generation of commercial and military engines.
Hunt’s career in the aerospace industry has included leading roles in the development of landmark products in
aerospace. He was most recently senior vice president, Engineering & Technology for Collins Aerospace. In this
position, Hunt led product development programs to ensure the company continued to offer differentiating
technologies to meet customer needs, as well as ensuring flawless Engineering program execution by leading the
implementation of best practice processes, tools and resources across the enterprise.
Hunt began his career as an engineer at Rolls-Royce, where he spent 13 years working on large commercial engine
development programs before joining United Technologies. His past 20-plus years of experience includes roles of
increasing responsibility in Engineering and program management at both Pratt & Whitney and Collins Aerospace,
where he provided leadership across a large range of products and platforms, including product development,
system integration and program execution for the 787 Dreamliner.
Hunt is a Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society and holds a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from
Sheffield University, England, and an MBA from Boston University.
Pratt & Whitney is a world leader in the design, manufacture, and service of aircraft engines and auxiliary power units.