MTU Aero Engines, which expects to double revenues by 2020, says it is in talks to participate in programs to update Boeing’s 777 and re-engine the Embraer E-Jet family. “There is a strong likelihood that we will be together with GE [General Electric on the 777 replacement],” CEO Egon Behle said on the sidelines of the 2012 ILA Berlin air show. “There are intense discussions ongoing, but no papers have been signed yet.” Boeing, which is considering options for a replacement of the ...
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