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ROHR REPORTS FINAL PAYMENT OF MEDIUM-TERM NOTES

 CHULA VISTA, Calif., Oct. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Rohr (NYSE: RHR) reported today that it had made a payment of $35.0 million on the Medium-Term Notes that were outstanding. These Notes were originally sold in October 1990 in the amount of $50.0 million. Of the original amount, $15.0 million had been paid off in prior years. These Notes were held principally by the Bank of America.
 James J. Kerley, chairman of the board of directors and acting chief financial officer of the company, observed, "The company paid the final maturity on the Notes as planned, has adequate unused capacity available to it under its committed Bank Revolving Credit Agreement, and holds adequate cash to meet its normal operating requirements."
 Robert H. Rau, president and chief executive officer, added, "After paying off the Medium-Term Notes, the company's total financings -- balance sheet debt plus off-balance-sheet financing -- was approximately $638 million. Total financings peaked at $756 million at July 31, 1991. The company has reduced debt by a substantial amount and it will continue to pay down debt as rapidly as possible."
 Rohr, which reported sales of $1.2 billion for its fiscal year ended July 31, 1993, designs, manufactures, integrates and supports engine nacelle systems and components for commercial, military and business aircraft. Rohr, headquartered in Chula Vista, has facilities in the United States and Europe.
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 /CONTACT: Bob Rau, 619-691-2057, or Jim Kerley, 619-691-2102, both of Rohr/
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