MTU Aero Engines Sees Further Growth From New 777, E-Jet Programs

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...

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