When MTU executives look out over the next decade, they see an increasing reliance on OEMs to feed their engine shops. Today, about 30% of its €2.2 billion ($2.6 billion) in annual MRO revenue comes through "OEM cooperation," as Chief Program Officer Michael Schreyögg puts it, with the balance coming via direct deals with airlines. The GE Aviation GEnx and the IAE V2500 generate most of its OEM-linked work, and the increase in long-term agreements (LTA) on new engines, such as the ...

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