Latest Aviation News MRO & Support THE FUTURE IS BRIGHT FOR CIVILIAN MRO FOR MTU AERO ENGINES

The future is bright for civilian MRO for MTU Aero Engines

Romain Guillot
09/05/2018 | 60 words
The German engine manufacturer MTU Aero Engines is announcing a 5% increase in turnover for its civilian maintenance activity for the first three months of the year (618.2 million Euro).

Ignoring exchange rates and based on contracts in dollars, this turnover grew by 20%. This growth remains driven by the V2500 engines.
 
 
 
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