LUFTHANSA TECHNIK IN ASIA-PACIFIC
Lufthansa Technik is a leading provider of maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) and modification services in the civil aviation industry. In the Asia-Pacific region Lufthansa Technik is engaged for over 30 years, offering several thousand jobs in the region and serving more than 130 customers.
LUFTHANSA TECHNIK IN CHINA. Lufthansa Technik has important commercial interests and several highly visible projects in China,
Ameco: Based in Beijing, Aircraft Maintenance and Engineering Corporation (Ameco) is a joint venture of Lufthansa (25 per cent) and Air China (75 per cent), founded in 1989. Ameco specialises in MRO of aircraft, engines and components. With about 11,000 employees, Ameco is the biggest provider of technical support services in China. Currently, it possesses maintenance licences from almost 30 countries including CAAC, FAA and EASA. It has over 160 maintenance stations worldwide, forming a large maintenance network. Lufthansa Technik Shenzhen Co. Ltd: It is a joint venture of Lufthansa Technik (80 per cent) and Beijing Keilan (20 per cent). Operational since 2002, it provides MRO services for airframe related components (ARC) and aircraft components (COM), including modifications, spares supply and engineering support.
LUFTHANSA TECHNIK SERVICES INDIA (LTSI). Founded in 2005 and based at Bengaluru, LTSI is a subsidiary of Lufthansa Technik AG. As the successor to One Stop Airline MRO Support Pvt. Ltd., the company operates a pool of components and provides materials management, customer service and spares provisioning services for the Indian and South East Asian customers of Lufthansa Technik AG. LTSI also manages material stock for customers in India and in some cases holds inventory for them at Bengaluru and offers warehouse services for aviation and non-aviation companies. LTSI represents the component division of Lufthansa Technik in the India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Maldivian markets.
LTSI’s main focus is regional component service for Airbus aircraft of the types A319, A320, A321, A330/A340 as well as for Boeing aircraft of the types 737NG and 777.
LUFTHANSA TECHNIK IN MALAYSIA. Airfoil Services Sdn. Bhd. (ASSB) is a joint venture between MTU Aero Engines (50 per cent) and Lufthansa Technik (50 per cent). ASSB specialises in the repair of blades from major aircraft engine types, including GE, CFMI and IAE. At ASSB’s factory in Selangor, Malaysia, engine airfoils for low-pressure turbines and highpressure compressors are repaired.
LUFTHANSA TECHNIK IN PHILIP
PINES. Founded in 2000 as a joint venture between Lufthansa Technik AG (51 per cent) and MacroAsia Corporation (49 per cent), Lufthansa Technik Philippines (LTP) offers aircraft MRO services. Specialising in base maintenance for the A320 family, A330, A340 and A380 aircraft types, LTP offers line maintenance services, engine, component and back-shop support, and personnel assignment. LTP recently completed a hangar expansion project which extends two existing bays to accommodate a second A380 and another wide-body for base maintenance. Equipped with versatile docking systems, mezzanines and linking bridges, it is able to fit current and future aircraft types such as the A330, A350, B777 family and B787.
LUFTHANSA TECHNIK SALES ORGANISATION IN
ASIA. In Asia, Lufthansa Technik’s sales activities are headed by a Senior Vice President for Corporate Sales, Asia-Pacific. In 2015 Lufthansa Technik regionalised its sales organisation to offer the region’s aircraft operators a focal point of contact in an effort to bring the wide-ranging services and capabilities of Lufthansa Tecnik closer to its customers.