Daniel S. Breitman
Vice President, Engine Development Programs
Pratt & Whitney Canada
Daniel S. Breitman was named Vice President, Engine Development Programs in 2010.
Mr. Breitman has been with P&WC for over 25 years. He began his career with Pratt & Whitney Canada in 1979 and worked in positions of increasing responsibility in the Aerodynamic Department and PW300 Project Engineering. He was named Director, PW300 in 2000 and appointed Vice President, Mississauga Operations and Turbofan Development in 2001.
Mr. Breitman earned a bachelor’s degree in mathematics, specializing in applied mathematics and physics, from the University of Waterloo in 1974 and a master’s of applied science in aerospace studies from the University of Toronto in 1979. He earned the Descartes Scholarship at the University of Waterloo in 1974 and the Connaught Scholarship at the University of Toronto in 1979.
Mr. Breitman received the UTC Award for Extraordinary Achievement in Product Design. He holds two patents on Inertial Particle Separators.
Mr. Breitman is a member of the Association of Professional Engineers and the American Society of Mechanical Engineers and is on the Board of Directors of the Ontario Aerospace Council.