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Munich, October 26, 2015 – In the first nine months of 2015, MTU Aero Engines AG boosted its revenues by 16% to €3,257.0 million (1-9/2014: €2,811.6 million). The group’s operating profit1 grew by 23% to €333.1 million (1-9/2014: €270.9 million), while the EBIT margin rose from 9.6% to 10.2%. Net income² increased by 30% to €231.4 million (1-9/2014: €178.3 million).

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Munich, October 23, 2015 - MTU Aero Engines will have a stake in the LM6000-PF+ (PF+), the latest version of General Electric’s (GE) LM6000 aeroderivative gas turbine series. Germany’s leading engine manufacturer has taken a 13-percent work share as a risk- and revenue-sharing partner in the development and production of this industrial gas turbine, which is derived from the CF6 aircraft engine. The PF+ offers higher gas turbine output (52-58 megawatts) and combined-cycle efficiency (56 percent) than other products in its class.. For MTU, the stake in the program translates into expected revenues of around one billion euros over the entire lifecycle of the program.

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Munich, July 23, 2015—MTU Aero Engines AG saw its first-half-year revenues rise by 21% to €2,202.0 million in 2015 (1-6/14: €1,815.8 million). The group’s operating profit1 grew by 25% to €212.8 million (1-6/14: €170.7 million), while the EBIT margin increased from 9.4% to 9.7%. Earnings after tax2 climbed 33% to €147.2 million (1-6/14: €111.0 million).

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Munich, June 19, 2015 – This year’s International Paris Air Show was a major success for MTU Aero Engines: Germany’s leading engine manufacturer has announced orders valued at more than 800 million euros, with the PW1000G family of geared turbofan engines doing particularly well.

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Munich, April 28, 2015—In the first quarter of 2015, MTU Aero Engines AG increased its revenues by 20% to €1.099,5 billion (1-3/14: €913.0 million). The group’s operating profit rose by 10% to €97.7 million (1-3/14: €89.0 million). The EBIT margin amounted to 8.9%, compared with 9.7% for the same period in the previous year, and earnings after tax increased by 22% to €68.2 million (1-3/14: €56.0 million).

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In view of the company’s record results in the financial year 2014, the Supervisory Board and Executive Board of MTU Aero Engines AG will propose to the Annual General Meeting that the dividend be increased to €1.45 per share.

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Munich, February 12, 2015 – MTU Aero Engines AG has once again beaten its previous records. In the financial year 2014, revenues grew by 10% to a new all-time high of €3,913.9 million (2013: €3,574.1 million). MTU’s operating profit1 rose from €377.4 million in 2013 to €382.7 million. Earnings after tax2 amounted to €253.3 million (2013: €238.6 million), the highest-ever in the company’s 80-year history.

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Munich, December 12, 2014 – Dr. Stefan Weingartner (53), Member of the Executive Board of MTU Aero Engines AG and President MTU Maintenance, will leave the company on his own request in order to take on a new professional challenge. Against this background, the Supervisory Board of MTU Aero Engines AG has decided in its meeting today to reduce the Management Board to three Members. The tasks of Weingartner – who will accompany and support the change process – will be transferred to the other Board functions. The responsibility for the locations of MTU Maintenance will be combined in the leadership of Dr. Rainer Martens (53) as Chief Operating Officer. Sales and Marketing of MTU Maintenance will be integrated in the Board function of Programs headed by Michael Schreyoegg (48). The new structure will become effective at the beginning of 2015.

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Munich, November 25, 2014 – At this year’s Investor & Analyst Day, MTU Aero Engines AG presented its business outlook for the next decade to 2024. The group aims to remain on its growth trajectory while at the same time continuing to improve its profitability. It plans to increase its adjusted EBIT margin and its free cash flow in the medium to long term. This goal is based on the expected development of revenues in its operating segments. As of 2018, MTU expects to see substantial growth in revenues from its most profitable activities, namely spare parts sales and maintenance. From this point onward, revenues from the less profitable series production business are likely to increase only slightly, and the military engine business will probably decline.

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Munich, November 14, 2014 - MTU Aero Engines has concluded a strategic agreement with U.S. engine manufacturer GE Aviation on the maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) of the GEnx turbine center frame (TCF). The contract makes MTU the provider of MRO services for GEnx TCFs within the GE Aviation network. The GEnx powers the Boeing 787 Dreamliner and is the sole engine for the Boeing 747-8. The agreement covers the engine’s entire life cycle and is expected to be worth more than 3 billion euros in sales for Germany’s leading engine manufacturer.

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