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From experts for experts

We offer maintenance training programs that meet European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and many National Aviation Authorities requirements. More than 600 companies worldwide in aviation manufacturing, in maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) and in other aviation-related fields trust in our competencies.

Basic training: Applicants for an Aircraft Maintenance License (AML) can reach this aim from Part-147 approved basic training courses. For personnel with technical experience in aircraft maintenance we offer refresher basic trainings to gain the knowledge required by European Commission Regulation (EC)2042/2003 Annex III (Part-66) needed to attain an AML to level A1, A3, B1.1, B1.3 and B2 (also called: CAT A1, CAT A3, CAT B1.1, CAT B1.3 and CAT B2).

Type training: Lufthansa Technical Training offers training and seminars for almost every aircraft and engine type to obtain a respective Type Rating for the relevant license level.

Competence training: Design, production and maintenance of aircraft and other aeronautical products and parts are defined by a superior regulatory density, by quality requirements and process complexity. Therefore, the qualification of your employees is a decisive factor in order to guarantee smooth business processes.

Consulting services: We have supported various national and international maintenance organizations, aircraft manufacturers and governments in developing specific training programs, and the building up of entire training organizations for personnel involved in final assembly of aircraft and continuous airworthiness.