Latest Aviation News MRO & Support THE CAAC OPENS UP THE CHINESE BBJ MARKET AT TO LUFTHANSA TECHNIK HAMBURG

The CAAC opens up the Chinese BBJ market at to Lufthansa Technik Hamburg

Emilie Drab
11/04/2018 | 78 words
Lufthansa Technik's Hamburg site has been recognised by the Chinese authorities as a maintenance organisation qualified to work on 737-700s and 737-800s. This decision opens the doors of the Chinese VIP market to the German maintenance company, which can now service the Boeing Business Jet fleet.

The work may run from simple BBJ and BBJ2 servicing to major maintenance work, via cabin modifications.
 
 
 
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