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Lufthansa Technik’s inauguration of a new component warehouse near Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport will significantly boost the company’s ability to service its customers throughout North, Central and South America, according to the company.

The new 2,000-square-metre (21,525-square-foot) warehouse is capable of holding approximately 9,000 components, along with more than 10,000 items of consumables and expendables. Operated by Lufthansa Technik Component Services (LTCS), it will support various aircraft types.

Inauguration of the new warehouse represents a significant expansion of LTCS’ existing facilities at the Fort Lauderdale site and will ensure LTCS can provide a stable supply of components and other spares for its customers in the region, according to Lufthansa Technik, which adds that it is seeing business growth in the region.

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GE Aviation and Lufthansa Technik (LHT)'s confirmation that they have selected Poland as the location for their new engine repair services joint venture, with plans to invest around €250 million ($267 million) in the project, is a show of faith in the burgeoning Eastern Europe aviation market.

First announced as a memorandum of understanding at the 2015 Paris Air Show, the XEOS JV will focus on maintenance services for two specific engine types: the in-service GEnx-2B used on Boeing 747-8 aircraft from 2018, and the next-generation GE9X variant for the Boeing 777X, with capabilities available from 2021.

When the XEOS facility becomes operational in September 2018, the 350,000m2 center in the Legnica Special Economic Zone, Sroda Slaska is expected to bring 500 new jobs to Poland once operating at full capacity. The move will also be pleasing to the Polish government, which has been actively trying to bring more technology-driven projects with skilled specialist roles to the country since its election last year.

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Lufthansa Technik, Rolls-Royce JV Approved for Trent XWB Repair

N3 Engine Overhaul Services (N3), the Rolls-Royce and Lufthansa Technik joint venture, has been granted Part-145 authorization by German regulator The Federal Aviation Office (LBA) to become a repair center for the Trent XWB engine powering the A350 aircraft.

Lufthansa Technik To Launch Big Data Analytics Platform

Lufthansa Technik is taking another step in its digital strategy by blending digital analytics with its engineering expertise to make component MRO more predictive. In the first quarter of 2017, it will launch an independent platform, Condition Analytics, to precisely predict when components should be replaced. 

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Lufthansa Technik to Cover Royal Brunei Airlines A320, A320neo Components

Lufthansa Technik has signed a ten-year contract with Royal Brunei Airlines covering component support for its fleet of six A320s and upcoming delivery of seven A320neo aircraft.


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