Brochures to download
The engine programs in which MTU holds a stake, maintenance service offerings for commercial and military engines as well as for industrial gas turbines, and leading-edge technologies in production and for repair processes – the information compiled in our brochures is concise, well structured and clearly presented. You can download the individual brochures here.
- Lifetime Excellence“Lifetime Excellence” is the corporate brochure of MTU Aero Engines AG and presents the company in the full spectrum of its activities.
- Committed to the missionThe military brochure presents MTU as one of the world’s leading system partners for military aircraft engines.
- Engine programsThis brochure provides information about all engine programs in which MTU Aero Engines AG—Germany’s leading engine manufacturer—is involved.
- MTU Aero Engines North AmericaThis brochure presents MTU Aero Engines North America (MTU AENA) and its activities as a subsidiary of MTU Aero Engines.
- MTU Maintenance Berlin Brandenburg This brochure presents MTU Maintenance Berlin-Brandenburg and describes the maintenance services it offers.
- MTU Maintenance DallasThis brochure presents the MTU Maintenance Dallas site and its on-site service solutions.
- MTU Maintenance ZhuhaiThis brochure presents MTU Maintenance Zhuhai, a 50-50 joint venture between the parent company MTU Aero Engines and China Southern Air Holding Company, and the maintenance services offered by the site.
- MTU Global Compact 2012/2013The Communication on Progress for the UN Global Compact provides information about the implementation of the ten principles on human rights, working conditions, environmental protection and anti-corruption in MTU.
- MTU Global Compact 2013/2014The Communication on Progress for the UN Global Compact provides information about the implementation of the ten principles on human rights, working conditions, environmental protection and anti-corruption in MTU.
- Sustainability Report 2015The 2015 Sustainability Report provides information about corporate responsibility (CR) at MTU and about the CR strategy, goals and achievements in the following categories: Economics, Product Responsibility, Employees, Environmental Protection and Society.
- Code of Conduct for SuppliersThis explains the rules and standards of behavior for suppliers.
- Code of Conduct This explains the rules and standards of behavior.
- Nachhaltigkeitsbericht 2016 DE.pdf
- Nachhaltigkeitsbericht 2016 EN.pdf
- EJ200 turbofan engineThe EJ200 has been designed to fulfill the demanding engine requirements set for the next generation of training and fighter aircraft. Equal priority has been given to performance and life cycle costs. The EJ200 engine has been designed for the Eurofighter.
- GEnx turbofan engineThe GEnx is GE’s next-generation engine Family designed for medium-capacity long-range aircraft. Based on the proven architecture of the GE90, the Enx succeeds GE’s highly successful CF6 series, the best-selling engine family for wide-bodies.
- GP7000 turbofan engineThe GP7000 is a engine family for long distance, widebody aircraft and has been developed for the Airbus A380, an all-new 550 seat aircraft with a 8,150 nautical mile range. The GP7000 has a thrust range of 311–340 kN and a fan diameter of 2.96 m.
- MTR390 turboshaft engineThe MTR390 engine was developed and is currently being produced by MTR GmbH, in an international consortium formed by MTU Aero Engines (Germany), Safran Helicopter Engines (France) and Rolls-Royce (UK). It has been designed to satisfy the challenging requirements set for Airbus Helicopter’s Tiger weapon platform for the German and French armies.
- PW1000GThe PurePower® engine family powers next-generation commercial jets. The new engines offer double-digit improvements in fuel burn, pollutant and noise emissions, and operating costs.
- RB199 turbofan engineThe RB199 is a product of the partner companies Rolls-Royce, MTU Aero Engines and Avio Aero. Two RB199 engines power the Tornado multirole combat aircraft, which is in service with the armed Forces of Great Britain, Germany, Italy and Saudi Arabia.
- T408 turboshaft engineThe T408 is a turboshaft engine selected for the CH-53K heavy-lift helicopter for the U.S. Marine Corps and targeted for various other helicopters such as the Future Transportation Helicopter for European Armed Forces.
- TP400-D6 turboprop engineThe TP400-D6 is designed to meet the operational requirements of the A400M military transport aircraft.
- The one-stop shop for engine servicesThis brochure presents MTU maintenance as a branch of MTU Aero Engines.
- Engine MRO portfolioThe MRO portfolio gives an overview of the engine programs under the purview of MTU Maintenance.
- Accessory repair and LRU managementThis document explains MTU Maintenance’s comprehensive maintenance solutions for accessories.
- Actuator RepairThe Brochure presents MTU Maintenance as a global leader in the development of repair technologies.
- Expert Solutions for industrial gas turbinesThis paper describes MTU Maintenance Berlin-Brandenburg’s maintenance of industrial gas turbines.
- Great Engine Support for Regional Airlines and Bizjets CF34This brochure specifically addresses MTU Maintenance Berlin-Brandenburg’s repair and maintenance of the entire CF34 product family.
- Integrated engine leasingThis paper describes MTU Maintenance’s comprehensive leasing portfolio.
- CFM56 Valve Plate RepairThis brochure specifically describes the maintenance CFM56-2/-3/-5 valve plate repair method.
- MTUPlus Asset Value MaximizationThis brochure describes how MTU Maintenance extends the service lives of engines through asset management.
- MTUPlus Mature Engine SolutionsIn addition to alternative MRO solutions, MTUPlus Mature Engine Solutions also offers individual alternatives to traditional maintenance measures.
- Repair beats replacementThis paper describes the innovative repair methods used by MTU Maintenance, most of which were developed in-house.
- Great support for small engines
- Human Resources Report 2015/2016This report provides details of a wealth of initiatives and measures aimed at further developing and improving our corporate culture and thus our organization.
- The General Equal Treatment BillThe German General Act on Equal Treatment is intended to protect employees from discrimination in the workplace.