Where is Lufthansa Technik Philippines' (LTP) hangar located?
LTP’s hangar is located inside the Philippines’ largest air force base, the Villamor Air Base, and next to international airport, the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA). LTP is also a 30-minute ride away from Makati City, a central business district.
LTP also operates within a Philippine special economic zone, where among the incentives are the reduced requirements for conducting business. One advantage of LTP is easier customs clearance for its aircraft materials and components, ensuring faster response time especially in the event of an AOG situation. Aside from its Manila base, LTP also has maintenance stations in Cebu and Clark.
For an aerial view of the LTP facility, use Google Earth and log in the coordinates 14°30'55.92"N, 121° 1'26.23"E.
Lufthansa Technik Philippines Inc.
MacroAsia Special Economic Zone
Villamor Air Base, Pasay City 1309
How do we get in touch with LTP?
Send us an e-mail through the Contacts page or contact our Sales team.
Where is The Philippines?
The Philippine archipelago lies in the heart of Southeast Asia. It is bordered by the Philippine Sea on the east, the South China Sea on the west while the Celebes Sea washes its shores on the south. The island of Borneo lies a few hundred kilometers southwest and Taiwan directly north. The Indonesian islands of Moloccas or Maluku and Sulawesi are to the south, and Palau is to the east beyond the Philippine Sea.
Where is Manila?
Manila, is the capital of the Philippines and one of the cities that comprise Metro Manila. The city is located on the eastern shore of Manila Bay on Luzon, the country's largest island.
The Metro Manila area, also known as the National Capital Region (NCR), is a bigger metropolis consisting of 17 cities and municipalities.
In which time zone is the Philippines located?
The standard time zone in the Philippines is: UTC/GMT +8 hours.
What is the climate in the Philippines?
The weather in the Philippines is tropical. The country has only two seasons, the dry season (November to June) and the rainy season (July to October). The temperature ranges between 25°C and 35 °C. Generally, light cotton clothing is recommended for visitors. The average humidity year-round is about 77%.
What are the entry regulations for the Philippines?
Visitor with valid passport, except from countries with which the Philippines have no diplomatic relations, can enter the Philippines without visas and are allowed to stay 21 days provided they have tickets for onward travel. For more information, visit the Philippines’ Bureau of Immigration website.
Is English spoken in the Philippines?
The national language is Filipino but English is widely spoken throughout the country. In LTP, original manufacturer documentation can be understood clearly even without translation since LTP staff, like the majority of the local population, are fluent in English. This ensures immediate response time and greater accuracy.
What type of currency does the Philippines have?
The official currency of the Philippines is the Philippine Peso (PHP). One Peso equals 100 centavos. Most of the hotels, stores and restaurants accept credit cards, e.g. American Express, MasterCard and Visa. Some hotels as well as large stores may accept traveler’s checks.