A close-up on Paris (3)
One trade fair, four stories – check out the most interesting news stories and background information from the Paris Air Show every day. Taking place at Le Bourget Airport every two years, the event is the largest and most important air show in Europe and a must-attend for anyone in the industry. MTU hosts a 300-square-meter booth with numerous exhibits, and a hospitality chalet.
“Engines for decades” made by MTU
MTU Aero Engines offers its customers a comprehensive range of products and services that covers the entire life cycle of an engine: from enabling technology research and development of materials, components and modules, testing and a wide variety of maintenance solutions all the way to services for mature engines. The company’s capabilities in these fields are prominently featured in MTU’s trade show display at this year’s Paris Air Show: “MTU aims to make sure that its customers can focus their full attention on their core business, that is the economic and eco-efficient operation of their aircraft,” is how the company describes its objective in an air show press release.
An eyecatcher at MTU’s booth in hall 2A, the prestigious “La Rotonde”, is the holography box that projects realistic images of a PW1000G engine, based on real CAD data, with a 3D appearance in a detailed, animated presentation. “In the commercial engine business the geared turbofan is currently the most exciting innovation. The hologram, the pertinent multimedia information and our original test module – a high-speed low-pressure turbine – attract many visitors and highlight our contribution to the success of the PurePower® program,” says Dongyun Yang, who supervises MTU’s booth.
Four GP7000 engines power this A380.
Trade visitors and interested members of the public can find out more about MTU’s portfolio.
MTU’s booth from a truly unique perspective
Michael Röger (director, investor relations, AFR) and MTU’s chief executive officer Reiner Winkler, chief program officer Michael Schreyögg and chief operating officer Dr. Rainer Martens (from left) answered the questions posed by analyst.