Lufthansa

May 7, 2014 - 2:05am

Boeing’s ABACE static display featured a BBJ delivered by Bizjet International of Tulsa, Okla., Lufthansa Technik’s single-aisle completions subsidiary, to Nanshan Jet in October for an undisclosed Chinese customer.

April 23, 2014 - 11:45am

Lufthansa Technik is offering two innovative products for private aircraft cabins: a steam generator for steam showers and an on-board oxygen generator. The steam generator, consisting of a steam outlet, a control panel and a refill port for the vaporizer fluid, is self-contained and does not have to be connected to the aircraft’s water system. Aroma oils can also be addedInstalling the steam shower is particularly challenging: overheating inside the steam generator must be impossible, and the shower enclosure must be so well sealed that no steam can escape.

April 17, 2014 - 3:57pm

The debt crisis in Italy has certainly taken its toll on a wide cross section of the country’s economy, and Verona-based regional airline Air Dolomiti hasn’t enjoyed special immunity from the effects. What CEO Michael Kraus called a brilliant period of expansion from 2005 to 2010 has not only ended, but passenger counts have actually fallen over the past two years in the Italian air transport market.

April 16, 2014 - 11:50am

Lufthansa Technik will establish a new aviation maintenance, repair and overhaul facility in Puerto Rico for servicing short-haul and medium-haul aircraft. Agreements have now been signed with the government of Puerto Rico and the responsible port authority.

Lufthansa Technik plans to break ground on the new facility within the next three months.

April 16, 2014 - 10:20am

Lufthansa Technik of Hamburg, Germany (Booth H614) is showcasing two innovative products for VIP cabins here at ABACE 2014 in Shanghai: an “Aircraft Steam Generator System” for steam showers; and the “On Board Oxygen Generation System” which delivers an unlimited supply of therapeutic oxygen.

The steam generator facilitates installation of steam showers in VIP aircraft. The self-contained unit, which has an empty weight of 18 kg, does not need to be connected to the aircraft’s existing water system. Essential oils can be added to aromatize the room.

April 16, 2014 - 9:20am

Lufthansa Technik introduced two new products for private jet cabins at ABACE 2014: an aircraft steam generator system and an onboard therapeutic oxygen generation system. The 40-pound steam generator, which does not need to be connected to the aircraft’s existing water system, facilitates installation of steam showers in VIP aircraft. The oxygen generation system, which weighs 66 pounds, provides oxygen continuously via a mask for up to two connections. Either system can be installed in a midsize or larger business jet during cabin outfitting or as a retrofit.

April 14, 2014 - 10:25am

Shanghai Hawker Pacific Business Aviation Service Centre received Civil Aviation Administration of China and FAA approval for maintenance of Hawker 800-series business jets, the company announced today at ABACE 2014. It also has been designated an authorized service facility for Cessna Citations by the newly formed Textron Aviation, which also owns Hawker and Beechcraft.

April 14, 2014 - 10:00am

Beijing Aircraft Maintenance and Engineering (Ameco), located at Beijing Capital International Airport, introduced its “Silk Road” interior design for Airbus ACJ320s today at ABACE in Shanghai. The design uses cultural elements taken from different regions along the Silk Road of ancient China, including patterns inspired by Han Dynasty influences such as auspicious clouds, lotus and dragons. Ameco, a joint venture between Air China and Lufthansa German Airlines established in 1989, provides completion and maintenance services for private and business jets.

April 14, 2014 - 9:00am

In keeping with the spirit of Asia’s largest business aviation exposition, Bejing Aircraft Maintenance and Engineering Corporation (Ameco), located at Beijing Capital International Airport, is introducing its “Silk Road” interior design for Airbus A320 ACJs at ABACE 2014 in Shanghai.

April 14, 2014 - 7:15am

FlightSafety International technician training programs for Pratt & Whitney Canada engines have been moved from Beijing to Haikou, and will be provided at the new location by FlightSafety-trained instructors working for Lufthansa HNA Technical Training. FlightSafety is also providing all courseware and training engines for the program, which initially includes theory and practical training on the PT6A and PW100 series engines.

 
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