AEROREPORT – MTU Aero Engines’ aviation magazine
Flying and the technologies that make it happen open up a world of diverse and exciting topics that make for truly fascinating reading, fueling your knowledge of all things aviation. Stories from over one hundred years of history and plenty of exciting updates on developments in important areas with implications for aviation — as, for instance, climate change, population growth and limited resources — are just some examples of content featured.
“An MTU perspective on the world of aviation” neatly sums up the topics addressed in AEROREPORT. The word REPORT in the title stands for “made by MTU” and the high-tech and outstanding service the company has to offer. AERO represents broader horizons and insights into general aviation Topics.
Current issues available at www.aeroreport.de/en
Widerøe brings Norway together, now with new E2 jets
It all started in 1934, when Widerøe flew seaplanes to connect Norway’s farthest-flung communities with its cities. Scandinavia’s largest regional airline is now the first in the world to fly the improved Embraer E2 jets with PW1900G engines.
MTU industrializes ceramic milling
To manufacture the turbine center frames for the GE9X engine, MTU is applying a new technology for the first time: ceramic milling. MTU is already using it to produce the first flying parts for the new Boeing 777X.
MTU is a power for the world
MTU engages in the development, manufacturing, marketing and maintenance of commercial and military aircraft and helicopter engines, as well as industrial gas turbines. With 14 locations worldwide and some 10,000 employees from over 50 countries, the company serves its customers 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
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