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NBAA: Lufthansa Technik launches Smart Lifecycle Programme for VIP Aircraft

Posted 1 November 2016 · Add Comment

Lufthansa Technik has launched what it has called a Smart Lifecycle Programme - a cost per-flight-hour technical services contact for Boeing or Airbus VIP and special mission aircraft customers.

Depending on the specific customer needs, the new service can cover all relevant tasks from scheduled maintenance, CAMO & engineering services, wear and tear cabin interior works, as well as personal assignment.
It can also integrate a Total Component Support (TCS) or even build maintenance reserves for any sort of major cabin modification or aircraft system upgrades - all for an elementary, monthly flight-hour fee.
"It demonstrates Lufthansa Technik's real one-stop shop ability, said Walter Heerdt, senior vice president of VIP and special mission aircraft services.
 

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