MTU Maintenance, global market leader in customized solutions for aero engines, is now certified to carry out PW307 maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) on the PW307 engine family. The PW307D which powers the Dassault Falcon 8X in service since 2016 is the newest variant to be added to MTU’s engine capabilities in Berlin-Brandenburg. With a maximum take-off thrust of 6,400 pounds, each engine has noticeably more power than its predecessors.
MTU Aero Engines have been manufacturing PW300 engine parts since 1985. The company has a 15 percent stake in the PW307 engine program and is responsible for the development and production of the complete three-stage low-pressure turbine, including the exit case and the mixer.
“We are delighted to be fully certified for the newest generation of PW300 engines,” says André Sinanian, Managing Director and Senior Vice President, MTU Maintenance Berlin-Brandenburg. “We have carried out all necessary preparations, such as correlating the test cell, and look forward to receiving the first engines. We are specialized in small to midsize fan engines and expect this program to run well into the 2030s.”
MTU Maintenance Berlin-Brandenburg has been performing MRO and mobile repair services on the PW300 engine family since 2001. Engine service contracts are managed by Pratt & Whitney Customer Service Centre Europe, a joint venture between MTU Maintenance Brandenburg and Pratt & Whitney Canada, which is responsible for aftermarket services sales and marketing activities for P&WC engines across Europe, Africa and the Middle East.
Source: MTU Aero Engines
Date: Sep 10, 2021
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