EUROJET Signs 3-Year EJ200 Support Contract with NETMA for Eurofighter Typhoon Fleets

3rd February 2015 / Munich
EUROJET today signed the sixth Operational Phase contract with the NATO Eurofighter & Tornado Management Agency (NETMA) to provide continued EJ200 engine support over the next 3 years.
The contract, signed in Munich between Air Vice Marshal Graham Farnell OBE, General Manager of NETMA, and Clemens Linden, Managing Director of EUROJET Turbo GmbH, covers engine support for the four core nations of the Eurofighter Typhoon Programme: the UK, Germany, Spain and Italy. The work will be performed in-country by the four partner companies of the EUROJET consortium, Rolls-Royce, MTU Aero Engines, ITP and Avio Aero, respectively, for their own nation’s fleet.

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Experience the power of cooperation

EUROJET – the cornerstone of cooperation between four global market leaders in the aero engine industry, Rolls-Royce, MTU Aero Engines, ITP and Avio Aero, has been pivotal in creating the world’s most advanced 4th generation military turbofan – the EJ200. The ground breaking technology evident in the EJ200 engine is best
witnessed by the astounding performance of the Eurofighter Typhoon aircraft which is fitted with two of these spectacular beasts. EUROJET manages the entire EJ200 project from inception through production, support and export.

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The EJ200 is designed to fulfil the most demanding requirements of today’s fighter aircraft, delivering a high thrust-to-weight ratio combined with simple engine architecture. The EJ200 is a two-spool turbo-based fan with modular design which allows for maximum availability and minimum operating costs throughout the life of the weapon system.

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