MTU Aero Engines will take a 4% workshare in the General Electric GE9X program. MTU will manufacture and assume design responsibility for the engine’s turbine center frame. Taken over the life of the program, the workshare will be worth around €4 billion ($5.5 billion) in revenue for MTU. The new engine will be designed to exclusively power the Boeing 777X, which is slated to enter service around 2020. Three hundred aircraft are already on firm order or option. The contractual ...

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