MTU Aero Engines CEO Egon Behle says negotiations for a higher share in the PW1000G program for the Airbus A320NEO family have been “successful,” and should be concluded by mid-year. The manufacturer has been in talks with its partners on the engine program to secure more work packages on applications for the Bombardier CSeries and the Mitsubishi Regional Jet (MRJ). Behle expects the PW1000G to reach a market share of around 50% on the A320NEO, and that “from a technical point of ...

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