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21 FEB 2020
MTU AERO ENGINES' commercial maintenance activity has seen its revenue declined from EUR2,799.8 million to EUR2,711.4 million in 2019, "impacted by changes in the ordering and billing process for V2500 maintenance services". In organic terms, MRO revenue improved by 7%, mostly driven by V2500 and CF34 engines.
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