P&W has been losing out to GE and RR in many recent projects. For the 777-200LR, 777-300ER, and 747-8, Boeing has selected GE exclusively. For the 787, Boeing has selected GE and RR. For Airbus, the A350 is available with RR engines, with GE engines a possibility. Although engines from Engine Alliance are offered for the A380, EA is a joint venture between P&W and GE. Boeing is not likely to offer three engine options on Y3. For Y3, GE will likely be the first engine choice, but RR and P&W may perhaps compete for the second engine choice. The 737RS and NSR might be able to support three engine manufacturers, however, the engines offered on the 737 and A320 have been by joint ventures, CFM and IAE. Currently, RR and P&W are studying separate engine designs, which could split up IAE. We also shouldn't rule out the future RJ market, where P&W may compete.
What are your thoughts on the future of P&W competing on new aircraft? Will they be out of the commercial aviation business, focusing on military aircraft?