Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy has ordered a travel ban at 5 a.m. EDT on Tuesday, March 14. As a result, Pratt & Whitney Connecticut operations will close at 4 a.m. Tuesday, March 14, and will remain closed until further notice. Information for second shift will be updated by 1 p.m.
Essential personnel have been identified and will remain to assist with critical operations. Non-essential personnel will not be granted access to facilities until the company resumes regular operations. Please do not report to work. Employees who can work remotely are encouraged to do so.
We are closely monitoring the situation and we will keep you informed of further developments.
Notification on reopening will be published using the following communication channels:
• Everbridge notifications (if subscribed)
• Pratt & Whitney Connecticut hotlines:
Employees should save these phone numbers for easy reference in the case of a widespread power-outage. Messages will be updated on the Connecticut hotlines as there is new information to report.
• Pratt & Whitney mysite
• Local news channels: