MTU Maintenance Hannover, an affiliate of MTU Aero Engines, said it secured engine maintenance contracts worth approximately €50 million ($73.6 million) "over the past few weeks." Largest deal is with Air New Zealand covering MRO on 38 CF6-80C2s used to power its 747-400s. MTU did not identify the remaining customers. Delta TechOps signed an open-ended extension of its MRO agreement with Ethiopian Airlines covering its PW2040 engines.

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