Providing total solutions

EUROJET provides its customers with prime contracting services and is responsible for the management of all EJ200 engines with associated support.

A partnership in practice

EUROJET Turbo GmbH was formed in 1986 as the management company responsible for the EJ200 engine system, which in itself was created to meet the demands of the Eurofighter Typhoon aircraft. In the early 1980s, the UK, Germany, Italy and Spain together decided to together create a new generation military aircraft, which would later become known as the Eurofighter Typhoon. These 4 core nations of the programme then established the NATO Eurofighter and Tornado Management Agency (NETMA) under the NATO charter to manage the project. Essentially, NETMA is EUROJET’s core customer and most of its industrial contracts are made with them for provision of the EJ200 to the various customer nations.
Maintaining the 4-nation character of the entire Eurofighter programme, EUROJET was also set up with 4 industry partners, one from each of the core nations (see Company Shareholders below). Partnership is the underlying principle of the entire programme and EUROJET manages its partnership from the company headquarters situated near Munich Airport in Germany.


Company Shareholders

EUROJET’s industrial partners consist of (with percentage workshare of the core programme):

Rolls Royce

Rolls-Royce Holdings PLC has two main business segments: Aerospace and Marine & Industrial Power Systems (MIPS) to address markets with two strong technology platforms, gas turbines and reciprocating engines, for use on land, at sea and in the air. Rolls-Royce has customers in more than 120 countries and supports a global network of 31 University Technology Centres, which position Rolls-Royce engineers at the forefront of scientific research. Further information: www.rolls-royce.com

Avio Aero

Avio Aero is a leading aviation business in the field of the design, manufacture and maintenance of parts and systems for the civil and military aeronautical industry. Taken over by General Electric in 2013, it is the point of reference and excellence for the whole of the GE Group with regards to mechanical transmissions and low pressure turbines. The origins of Avio Aero date back to 1908 in Italy. Further information: www.avioaero.com

ITP

ITP Aero is involved in the complete life cycle of aeronautical engines from research, design and development to manufacturing and then on to maintenance. ITP Aero also provides full engine MRO support through its worldwide network, including accessories, parts and component repair services for regional, airlines, business aviation, helicopters, industrial and defence applications. Further information: www.itpaero.com

MTU Aero Engines

MTU Aero Engines AG is Germany’s leading engine manufacturer and an established global player in the industry. The company engages in the design, development, manufacture, marketing and support of commercial and military aircraft engines in all thrust and power categories and stationary gas turbines. Established in 1934 in Munich, it now has operating affiliates all over the world, MTU has a local presence in major regions and markets. Further information: www.mtu.de


The EJ200 is assembled in four different assembly lines, one in each of the industrial partner locations above. The workshare figure is linked with the number of aircraft and number of engines ordered by each core nation. The shareholders also manufacture the EJ200 parts according to their individual expertise (see where are the modules produced?).

A history of Achievement

Since EUROJET was formed in 1986, we can count a number of significant achievements. Here we would like to share a small selection

2018

1 Million Engine Flying Hours

2017

Qatar becomes 9th Typhoon customer

2016

Export Contract with the state of Kuwait

2013

1,000th EJ200 Production Engine Delivery

2012

Contract signature with the Sultanate of Oman

2011

250,000 Engine Flying Hours

2009

First EJ200 achieves over 1,000 Flying Hours on Wing

2007

Export Contract for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

2003

Austria joins Typhoon community as first export customer

2001

Delivery of the First EJ200 Production Engine

1998

Production Contract Signature

1995

First Eurofighter Typhoon Flight with EJ200 Engines

1988

Development Contract Signature

CLEMENS LINDEN CEO | GESCHÄFTSFÜHRER

‘At EUROJET we strive to apply the same exceptional standards to our partnerships as we do to producing our engine and supporting our customers. Forming relationships based on mutual respect is fundamental to long­term success for all parties.’
Clemens Linden holds a master’s degree in Aerospace Engineering from the ‘Technische Hochschule’ in Aachen, Germany. He began his professional career as a system engineer in the product support area of MTU Aero Engines (Germany) in 1979. In 1999, he went on to set up and lead, as President and CEO, MTU’s first U.S. affiliate MTU Aero Engines Design in Rocky Hill, Connecticut. Following on from this he headed up a number of significant programmes and branches of the aeronautical industry before taking on EUROJET’s leadership in December 2012.

Jobs and Qualifications

The majority of EUROJET’s employees are employed directly by one of the four shareholders and seconded to EUROJET. Most are educated to degree level, in particular with a degree in Engineering, often specialising in either Aerospace or Mechanical Engineering. If you are interested in becoming a part of our programme, we recommend looking at the job sections of each of our industrial partners. Direct employment is possible in the finance, IT and administration sectors and, work placements for students are also available. If you are interested in making contact please email us at ej200@eurojet.de.