In a big win for the company, MTU Maintenance Hannover was awarded a contract from JetBlue Airways to maintain the 360 IAE V2500 engines powering the carrier's current and future A320s. The contract runs for 10 years and is valued at roughly €750 million ($906.2 million). "This larger order adds substantially to the continued growth of our civil repair business," MTU Aero Engines Holding AG President and CEO Udo Stark said. "Having JetBlue as a partner consolidates our position as ...

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