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  • CEB reinforces partnership with ITP
    23/11/2016 |

    The Philippines' leading airline, Cebu Pacific (PSE: CEB), signed an agreement on November 22, 2016 with ITP for the full support of the PW127M engines which power the airline's ATR72-500 and 72-600 fleets. In total, this agreement will cover 24 aircraft with an estimated duration of 12 years.

  • Visit to the building site of the new PCB plant in Sestao
    21/10/2016 |

    Sestao, Spain, 21st of October 2016. This morning, Deputy General of Bizkaia, Unai Rementeria, its Deputy Minister in Economic and Territorial Development, Imanol Pradales, and Sestao's Mayor, Josu Bergara, have visited the building site at PCB's new plant in Sestao, located in the Biscay province (Spain), accompanied by Ignacio Mataix, ITP's CEO, and Amadeo Torrens, PCB's Managing Director.

  • Rolls-Royce Holdings plc acquisition of outstanding stake in ITP from SENER
    11/07/2016 |

    Rolls-Royce Holdings plc will purchase the outstanding 53.1% shareholding in Industria de Turbo Propulsores SA ("ITP") owned by SENER Grupo de Ingeniería SA ("SENER"). The acquisition strengthens Rolls-Royce's position on its Civil Aerospace large engine growth programmes by capturing significant additional value from its long-term aftermarket revenues, including the high volume Trent 1000 and Trent XWB engines, where ITP has played a key role as a risk and revenue sharing partner. It also enhances the group's manufacturing and services capabilities and adds value to the Defence Aerospace business, particularly on the TP400 and EJ200 programmes.

  • ITP participates in the latest application of Honeywell’s HTF7000 turbofan
    29/06/2016 |

    ITP has signed an agreement with Honeywell to extend its participation as an RRSP (Risk and Revenue Sharing Partner) in the sixth application of the HTF7000, the HTF7700L that powers the Cessna Citation Longitude business jet.

  • ITP delivers the last of the Atar Engines
    13/06/2016 |

    ITP today made the final delivery of an Atar engine which has been maintained at the company's Ajalvir facilities (Madrid).

    The event was overseen by the Air Force Commander in Chief of Logistic Support (MALOG), Lieutenant General José María Orea Malo, and also attended by representatives of Safran Aircraft Engines (the current name of the French company Snecma, which manufacturers the Atar engine), including Laurent Roudier, Head of the Atar Programme.

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