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COVID-19 hygiene measures

Lufthansa Technical Training conducts its classroom trainings in compliance with the highest hygiene standards. The basis of the concept is the Infection Protection Standard of the Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs dated August 20, 2020 and the decision taken by the federal and state governments on 19 January 2021.

The following specifications are implemented and adhered to in classroom trainings:


At Lufthansa Technik and Lufthansa Technical Training, the extended mask obligation applies in all premises and on traffic areas, i.e. the wearing of medical protective masks (OP mask or FFP2 mask or mask with the KN95/N95 standard). Everyday or community masks are no longer permitted.


In addition to buses, canteens and bistros, these so-called "traffic areas" now include buildings including hallways, stairways, elevators, and printer and copy rooms.


In work areas where several people are present, medical mouth/nose protection must always be worn if fixed workplaces are not permanently occupied or if conversation situations may occur, regardless of the 1.5-meter distance rule. Therefore, this applies even if a distance of 1.5 meters can generally be maintained.


Classroom windows must be opened regularly as well as during every break (shock ventilation, cross ventilation) in order to ensure sufficient air exchange.


Disinfection racks are available on the premises for regular hand hygiene.


The current list of risk areas, according to the guidelines of the Robert Koch Institute, can be found via the link below.


Please continue to follow the Corona entry requirements, some of which also require a negative Corona test and a digital entry application (DEA) for entry. See link below.

For further questions regarding COVID-19 sanitary measures, please email Customer Service at