Farnborough International Airshow: MTU benefits from V2500 orders
Projected revenues: around 120 million euros(PresseBox) (Farnborough, )
Egon Behle, MTU Aero Engines CEO, is very pleased with the order announcements and said: "The airshow in Farnborough indicates that the worst crisis the aviation industry has ever faced is behind us. To me, the contracts placed go to show that the V2500 continues to be a highly attractive engine in the global marketplace."
The V2500 remains a top selling engine: To date, more than 5,500 units are in revenue service or on firm order. This type of propulsion system is particularly popular in the Asian market. In the maintenance area, MTU is the world's leading service provider: The maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) work is carried out at MTU Maintenance Hannover, Germany, and at MTU Maintenance Zhuhai, China.