Industria de Turbo Propulsores

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ITP Aero is a world leading Spanish company in the aeronautical and industrial engines market and  operates as a corporate entity within the Rolls-Royce Group. Founded in 1989, the company has production centres in Spain, United Kingdom, Mexico, United States, Malta and India.

ITP Aero participates in the world’s leading aircraft engine programmes and is present in all phases of the product life cycle, from the design phase to support and maintenance.

In commercial aviation, ITP Aero is a Tier 1 supplier to the main aircraft engine manufacturers in the world such as Rolls-Royce, Pratt & Whitney, Honeywell, and GE-Aviation, being responsible for the design, development, production and assembly of engine subsystems and components.

In  defence, ITP Aero is an original equipment manufacturer thanks to its participation in the main European engine consortia, responsible for the design, development, production, certification, in service support and maintenance of the EJ200, TP400 and MTR390-Eengines.

In addition, the company offers MRO solutions, fleet management, engineering, and supply chain solutions.


History[edit]

Instalaciones en ITP Aero Zamudio

1989: ITP Aero was founded by Rolls-Royce and SENER in order to develop the EJ200 engine for the Eurofighter Typhoon fighter jet.

1990: Acquisition from CASA (now Airbus) of the engine maintenance plant in Ajalvir, Madrid.

1991: Inauguration of the engine components manufacturing plant in Zamudio, Bizkaia.

1992: The first contract with Rolls-Royce: Trent 700 and Trent 800 engines for the Airbus A330 and Boeing 777 aircraft.

1998:  International expansion begins with the inauguration of the Querétaro facilities in Mexico.

2001: Castings business unit is created.

2003: TP400 engine contract signed for the A400M military transport aircraft.

2008: New facilities in Wheststone and Lincoln, United Kingdom - inheritors of the legacy of Sir Frank Whittle, creator of the modern aviation engine; Malta and Arizona, United States.

2012: Single-aisle and regional aircraft engines market entry: agreement with Pratt & Whitney for PW1000G programme.

2013: Externals business unit is created.

2017: ITP Aero, a Rolls-Royce Group corporate entity.


Engines[edit]

ITP Aero is a Risk and Revenue Sharing Partner (RRSP) in the following engine programs:

As an OEM, ITP Aero participates in the main European defence engine consortia:


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