Lufthansa Technik Philippines (LTP) sent a group of nine personnel consisting of engineers, maintenance planners and a systems analyst for a one-year program provisioning technical support to NASTech. The agreement includes tasks on NASTech’s TRAX maintenance software.
The initial analysis and configuration on the software were done in December 2010 by LTP’s TRAX administrator and key user. This was followed with full support by the team flown to Riyadh during the start of the year 2011.
LTP continues its dedication to bring its expertise into the global field as the deployed group fulfills responsibilities around different areas of the business such as engineering, maintenance planning and production. Presently, they are also providing assistance in building TRAX codes and configurations as well as with establishing standards and quality processes in the use of the said maintenance software.
LTP’s former vice president for
Technical Services, Rainer Conrads, is currently Lufthansa Technik AG’s representative to NASTech. He takes in the position of executive director for the company. Lufthansa Technik provides engine and component maintenance services for the entire NAS fleet. NASTech, the new maintenance subsidiary of NAS, is building up capabilities for line and light base maintenance of narrowbody aircraft, especially for the Airbus A320 family. Lufthansa Technik is supporting the process with engineers and technical advisors.
Based in the capital and largest city of Saudi Arabia, NASTech is part of National Air Services’ (NAS) group of companies. It is licensed by the Saudi Civil Aviation Authority (GACA) and Cayman Island Aviation Authority (CAACI) to perform light maintenance checks on single-aisle and business jet aircraft.
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