MTU Aero Engines believes the aerospace supply chain will continue to be hesitant about agreeing to further production rate increases for single-aisle aircraft. “I don’t see that anyone will be prepared to invest again in a higher rate,” MTU’s head of programs Michael Schreyoegg said at the Paris Air Show June 18. “People are waiting to see what programs come next.” Airbus had been pushing its suppliers hard to agree to rates beyond the 63 aircraft per ...

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