With the inauguration of a larger repair station in Montréal and the introduction of a new engine type to be serviced at the Tulsa facility, Lufthansa Technik (LHT) states that its Mobile Engine Services is gaining strong momentum in North America. The new Mobile Engine Services repair station in Montréal is currently moving from inside Air Canada’s facilities to new and independent premises. With more than 2,500 square meters (27,000 square feet) of floor space and 12 bays, the new building will triple the site’s operational capacity for surgical repair solutions on CFM56 engines. To support the capacity increase, Lufthansa
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