MTU Maintenance Canada has re-delivered the first V2500 engine for customer IAE International Aero Engines (IAE) in Vancouver at the end of June. The engine falls under the contract between IAE and MTU last year that sees MTU Maintenance Canada serving V2500 aftermarket customers. The V2500 is the engine that powers the A320ceo family.
“MTU Maintenance performed over one third of all V2500 shop visits worldwide in 2017,” says Michael Schreyögg, Chief Program Officer, MTU Aero Engines. “By introducing the line in Canada, we aim to strengthen our market position and grow as the engine family matures into the early 20s.” Helmut Neuper, President and CEO of MTU Maintenance Canada adds: “Seventeen million Canadian dollars have been invested to establish the line in Richmond, British Columbia, by MTU. The MTU Maintenance Canada facility aims to service around 25 V2500 engines this year, ramping up to 40 in 2019.”Email Post to a Friend