History

30 Years of Maintenance Repair & Overhaul service
2012

Lufthansa Technik AERO Alzey celebrates 25th anniversary - 25 years of Maintenance Repair & Overhaul Service in Alzey 

2011

Opening of a second test stand and a new cleaning line in Alzey 

2010

Start of repair and overhaul services for GE CF 34-10 series engines 

2006

The new logo Lufthansa Technik AERO Alzey indicates clearly the company's role as center of expertise for regional and business aircraft engine repair and overhaul within the Lufthansa Technik network for MRO Services 

2005

Pratt & Whitney selects Lufthansa Technik AERO Alzey as first independent designated overhaul facility for the PW150 engine family. This engine type expands Lufthansa Technik AERO Alzey's portfolio with one of the most modern turboprop engines currently available on the market 

2004

EASA approval DE.145.0015 received 

2003

The company's service center at Tulsa Oklahoma receives FAA approval L1UR926Y 

2002

Start of repair and overhaul services for GE CF 34-8 series engines 

1995

The company becomes a 100 % subsidiary of the newly founded Lufthansa Technik AG, name is changed to Lufthansa A.E.R.O. GmbH 

1994

FAA approval L7AY586J received 

1993

JAA approval LBA.0015 received 

1992

The Lufthansa supervisory board changes the name of the company to Lufthansa CityLine A.E.R.O. GmbH 

1991

OEM approval for repair and overhaul services for PW 901A-APU's and GE CF34-3 series engines 

1988

Certification by the German Airworthiness Authority (LBA) as an approved service-center for engine overhaul Pratt & Whitney PW100 engine family 

1987

Lufthansa Technik AERO Alzey was founded in 1987 as DLT A.E.R.O. Services GmbH, a 100 % subsidiary of DLT Airlines, nowadays Lufthansa CityLine