Business Segments

Business Segments

MTU Aero Engines' business activities are based on three pillars: the commercial business with the commercial OEM and spare parts businesses, the military engine business, and commercial maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) business. For the purposes of accounting, MTU's business activities are broken down into two segments: The first segment – the OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturing) business – comprises the commercial and military engine businesses, since they share the production, development, and miscellaneous other capacities. The second segment – the MRO (Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul) business – comprises MTU's commercial maintenance activities. The revenues are accounted for separately for each of the three main business units. All other financial key figures are shown for the two OEM and MRO business segments.

Commercial Business

  • Risk and revenue sharing partner with all major OEMs

  • Focus on Low-Pressure Turbines and High-Pressure Compressors

  • Approximately 30 % of active aircraft with MTU participation

Military Business

  • Capability to develop and manufacture entire engines

  • R&D is typically customer financed

  • MTU has high shares in key European military programs

Commercial MRO

  • World's largest independent engine MRO provider (Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul)

  • Exposure to highest growth engines (V2500, CFM56, CF34, GE90)

  • Strong presence in Asia