Latest Press Releases

Latest Press Releases 2021

MTU Power, leading provider of reliable, flexible and cost-efficient maintenance solutions to operators of GE LM series turbines and long-term, valued customer Amazonas Geração e Transmissão de Energia S/A have signed a ten year agreement for the maintenance, repair and overhaul of the company’s five LM6000 turbines.

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MTU Maintenance Berlin-Brandenburg celebrates its 30th Anniversary with a small, socially-distanced celebration with MTU management, local politicians, including Brandenburg’s Minister President Dietmar Woidke, and works council representatives, as well as employees who have been with MTU Maintenance Berlin-Brandenburg since it was founded in 1991. 

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Munich, 1 June 2021 – MTU Aero Engines is setting the course for a green future for aviation and for the company. The 2020 business year was a year full of challenges, and not only against the backdrop of the pandemic. Now more than ever, resolute action is required to combat climate change as well. Both these challenges are reflected in the Sustainability Report now published.

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MTU Maintenance, global leader in customized aero engine solutions handed over its of 500th overhauled CF34-10E to valued customer Kenya Airways in a virtual ceremony yesterday. MTU Maintenance has maintained a number of Kenya Airways’ CF34-10E engines since 2016 and CFM56 engines since 2019.

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MTU Aero Engines AG has published its figures for the first quarter of 2021: Revenue was €989 million, compared with €1,273 million in the first quarter of 2020. The operating profit decreased from €182 million to €86 million. The adjusted EBIT margin was 8.7% (1-3/2020: 14.3%). Adjusted net income was €58 million, compared with €128 million in the prior-year period.

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Munich (Germany) / Paris (France) / Madrid (Spain) - MTU Aero Engines, Safran Aircraft Engines, and ITP Aero came to an overall agreement on the cooperation to provide a jointly developed, produced and supported engine to power the Next-Generation Fighter (NGF), which is a core element of FCAS (Future Combat Air System).

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Europe’s Next-Generation Fighter (NGF) within the FCAS program takes a decisive step forward as MTU Aero Engines and Safran Aircraft Engines finalized their collaboration agreement by creating a 50/50 joint company. The new entity, called EUMET GmbH (derived from European Military Engine Team), will be based in Munich and will be headed by a Safran-nominated Chief Executive Officer

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MTU Aero Engines AG is planning to make operations at its production site in Munich, which is also the company headquarters, climate neutral by late 2021. To this end, the company has launched an initiative aimed at a gradual 60 percent decrease in CO2 emissions by 2030—relative to its 41,000 metric tons of CO2 emissions in the baseline year of 2019. The company will achieve this reduction through sustainable operational measures, offsetting unavoidable emissions that remain with high-quality carbon offset certificates.

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MTU Maintenance Zhuhai, a 50/50 joint venture between MTU Aero Engines and China Southern Airlines Company Limited, marks 20 years since the company was founded. Over the past two decades, the facility has completed over 3,000 engines and grown from a greenfield facility to become the largest engine shop in Asia by shop visits.

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MTU Maintenance, global leader in customized solutions for aero engines, and long-standing partner Sichuan Airlines have strengthened their existing relationship with an engine MRO contract for the airline’s V2500 and CFM56-5B engines.

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