| Dávid Harangozó

Lufthansa Technik opens engineering services center

October 25, 2016

Lufthansa Technik AG, Germany’s leading aircraft maintenance and engineering company has opened a new Aircraft Engineering Services Center at Budapest Airport. The new center will focus its activities around the Boeing 737 aircraft – one of the most popular types among narrow-body medium-haul aircraft – and some general non-aircraft type related support services.

In addition, Lufthansa Technik AG, which has been operating in Budapest for over 15 years now, is going to transfer several non-aircraft type related services to the Budapest Aircraft Engineering Services Center such as aircraft electrical load analysis, aircraft flight data, and reliability data compilation as well as technical documentation services. The Center creates about 50 new high-tech aviation engineering jobs.

Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Péter Szijjártó, emphasized that Hungary appreciates Lufthansa Group presence and its expansion here and the government is very much open to support any future cooperation as well.

Lufthansa Technik Manager for Aircraft System Engineering & Modification, Marcus Knoth noted that "during our analysis phase, Budapest had to contend with some other European locations and finally fulfilled our demanding selection criteria. Thanks to the availability of highly qualified and motivated personnel, good infrastructure, good accessibility of the location and, last but not least, the great support on site, the decision for the Budapest location was made easy."


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