Lufthansa Technik Aero Alzey (LTAA), the wholly owned subsidiary of Lufthansa Technik, inaugurated a new 1,500-square-meter hangar on September 15. The new building, spanning three levels, is aimed at enhancing the company’s production capabilities and accommodating the increasing demand for engine overhaul. The new facility, situated within LTAA’s existing premises, will serve as a temporary storage space for engine parts and large tools. Its primary objective is to enable LTAA to process a greater number of engines simultaneously, aligning with the company’s strategic goals for future growth. Matthias Gruber, CEO of LTAA, commented on this milestone, stating: “The addition of
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