A group of 14 Lufthansa Technik Philippines (LTP) mechanics composed of twelve airframe and powerplant (A&P) and two cabin mechanics headed out to the second largest city of Italy for a first assignment in Lufthansa Technik Milan (LTMIL).
The deployment, which will last for 4-5 months, will support the Milan office on scheduled A-checks for the A319, A320 and A330 aircraft types.
Backed by rigorous training and experience of LTP’s rated mechanics to perform A-checks, the LTMIL management was pleased with the results of the accomplished checks. This early success will soon be followed by another batch of A&P and structural mechanics from LTP for immediate deployment to LTMIL.
Founded in 2007 at the Milan Malpensa Airport as Lufthansa Technik Component Services Milan and later on renamed as Lufthansa Technik Milan (LTMIL) in 2009, the fully-owned subsidiary of Lufthansa Technik AG specializes in maintenance services up to A-checks, aircraft-on-ground support and troubleshooting as well as component and logistics services for narrow and widebody aircraft. Its services also include component and planned maintenance services up to A-checks, aircraft-on-ground support and troubleshooting. The LTMIL workforce, employs about 75 personnel only but has plans for further expansion. Included in its roster of customers are various carriers with a homebase in Milan-Malpensa Airport as well as international carriers flying into the North Italian hub airport.
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4th Quarter 2011
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