Leap engines: Honeywell and Lufthansa Technik cooperate

Lufthansa Technik in Düsseldorf (Photo: Robert Spohr).
Lufthansa Technik in Düsseldorf (Photo: Robert Spohr).

Leap engines: Honeywell and Lufthansa Technik cooperate

Lufthansa Technik in Düsseldorf (Photo: Robert Spohr).
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Lufthansa Technik and Honeywell have signed a cooperation agreement in the area of ​​maintenance of engine components. This applies to the Leap series of CFM actuators. Among other things, these are used in the A320neo, B737Max and Comac C919 series.

As part of this agreement, Lufthansa Technik will develop maintenance, repair and overhaul capacities (MRO) for the aforementioned Honeywell components. This will enable the company to offer improved and manufacturer-certified aftermarket services that increase component reliability and lower operator life cycle costs.

“We look forward to expanding our collaboration with Honeywell,” said Georg Fanta, Head of Aircraft Component Services at Lufthansa Technik. “Our customers will benefit greatly from this new agreement as we combine the maintenance, repair, overhaul and engineering capabilities of Lufthansa Technik with the design expertise of Honeywell. As with the CFM56 engines, Lufthansa Technik will be able to repair replaceable Honeywell LEAP components in-house and offer first-class, hourly-based component services, including bespoke asset management solutions. ”

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