in Maintenance

MTU Maintenance has successful USD 2.1 billion year

Posted 15 March 2016 · Add Comment

MTU Maintenance has signed more than 250 new contracts in a successful year, valued at USD 2.1 billion, a 25% since 2014.

These contracts include regular customers reaffirming their loyalty to the company, as well as 45 new customers being added to the company’s database.
 
The company has 30 different engine models in its MRO portfolio, with the majority of orders in the past year being for V2500 and CFM56 engine maintenance.
 
“With our team and our capabilities, we are uniquely positioned to meet current and future requirements in the commercial engine MRO market. We analyze customer expectations very carefully and offer service solutions geared to their specific needs, to better jointly leverage business potential with them,” said Michael Schreyögg, Chief Program Officer at MTU Aero Engines.
 
MTU Maintenance is given its edge by working closely with Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) and by investing in new engine development programmes.
 
The company expanded its service last year by adding asset and material management service, to provide customers with integrated and tailor made solutions to get the maximum impact from their engines.  
* required field

Post a comment

Other Stories
Advertisement
Latest News

EgyptAir on cloud nine with latest 737-800 delivery

EgyptAir has received its ninth and final Boeing 737-800NGs on a lease deal from Dubai Aerospace Enterprise (DAE) and valued at $864 million. All nine were handed over during in the course of the past year.

GECAS takes delivery of its 394th and last Next-Generation 737

Culminating a 20-year history of new orders for the type, GECAS has received its 394th and final skyline order of Boeing's Next Generation 737. Just over a month prior to Boeing delivering its first 737 MAX to GECAS in January, the lessor

Jambo makes a Dash for expansion

As low-cost carriers develop across Africa, Githae Mwaniki talks to Jambojet CEO, Willem Hondius, about the airline's operation plan in Kenya and the East African region.

Pilatus obtains PC-24 Type Certificates

Pilatus has obtained type certificates from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the US-American Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for the first ever Swiss business jet.

Arik Air may resume London flights

The Federal Government of Nigeria is in talks with the UK on how Arik Air will return to the London route, reports The Afritraveller.

Airbus BizLab starts its third season Nigerian start-up among 12 selected for development

Airbus BizLab, the start-up accelerator of the global corporation Airbus is hosting twelve new start-ups from around the world including Nigeria over a six-month period at its facilities in Hamburg and Toulouse, during which they

Aviation Africa SK18418
See us at
Global Aerospace BT28218Aviation Africa BT18418