LUFTHANSA TECHNIK

28/10/2013LUFTHANSA TECHNIK ENTERS INTO PARTNERSHIP WITH AEROTURBINE

Lufthansa Technik AG and AeroTurbine Inc., a subsidiary of the International Lease Finance Corporation (ILFC) that markets engines and aircraft parts, have announced their intention to enter into a partnership. Under the terms of the agreement AeroTurbine will supply Lufthansa Technik AG with aircraft and engine components, while Lufthansa Technik will provide technical services for aircraft components of AeroTurbine and additionally supply the Miami-based company with surplus material for resale.

25/10/2013LUFTHANSA TECHNIK DEVELOPS PROCESS FOR SAFE CABIN INSTALLATIONS

Lufthansa Technik develops process for safe cabin installations in CFC aircraft - Methods for load transmission into the CFC-fuselage developed

22/10/2013LUFTHANSA TECHNIK INTRODUCES NEW CLEAR VARNISH SYSTEM

Lufthansa Technik has successfully introduced its "Environmentally friendly varnished veneer surfaces" (ULF) research and development project into the VIP completion market.

21/10/2013LUFTHANSA TECHNIK FINALIZES WORK ON TWO VIP COMPLETION PROJECTS

In the next weeks Lufthansa Technik will finalize its cabin installation work on two VIP completion projects from undisclosed customers in its Hamburg hangars.

30/08/2012 LUFTHANSA TECHNIK COMPLETES THE WORLD'S FIRST PRIVATE BOEING 747-8

Lufthansa Technik AG has begun work on the customized completion of a VIP version of the latest-generation jumbo jet, the Boeing 747-8 VIP.  The aircraft belonging to an undisclosed customer landed in Hamburg on 30 August and the engineers now begin with the installation of a cabin interior that incorporates the ultimate in interior design.

02/08/2012LUFTHANSA TECHNIK EXPANDS IN THE US

 

Tulsa Metro Chamber President and CEO Mike Neal stated: "Lufthansa
Technik's continued growth in the Tulsa region will have a
significant impact on the economy of northeast Oklahoma. We thank
this industry leader for its commitment to the Tulsa region and for
its important contribution to our thriving aerospace sector."

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