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Lufthansa Technik teams up with DC Aviation for Dubai World Central services

Posted 28 May 2016 · Add Comment

Lufthansa Technik has signed a cooperation agreement with DC Aviation Group where the two companies plan to offer their VIP customers a package of services at Al Maktoum International Airport (Dubai World Central Airport).

An experienced, highly qualified team of engineers and mechanics will ensure cost efficiency and quality that are "made in Germany". Just like Lufthansa Technik, DC Aviation Group is headquartered in Germany, in this case in Stuttgart.
The contract services will be provided in the hangars and VIP facilities of DC Aviation Al-Futtaim a joint venture of DC
Aviation and the Al-Futtaim Group. They will consist of regular checks as well as maintenance services, including unplanned repairs for example in the case of an AOG (Aircraft on Ground).

The portfolio also features services for aircraft cabins, including small modifications. Moreover, plans call for a mobile aircraft and cabin service to serve the region.
The offer is rounded off by extensive FBO services for ground operations at the airport, such as fueling, catering for passengers and pilots, and transport services. A luxuriously equipped terminal with 1,300 square meters of space is
available for this purpose. Around-the-clock facilities for entry procedures and customs clearance will ensure seamless support. A hangar extending over 5,700 square meters of floor space will accommodate business jets up to the size of an Airbus A320 or Boeing 737.

PICTURED: Michael Kuhn (CEO DC Aviation) and Walter Heerdt (Lufthansa Technik Senior Vice
President VIP & Special Mission Aircraft Services)
 

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