Cooperation with KAEMS

Lufthansa Technical Training (LTT) and Korea Aviation Engineering & Maintenance Service Ltd (KAEMS) have signed a contract for the aircraft maintenance type training of KAEMS aviation engineers at the Singapore Airshow on 11th February 2020. KAEMS' aviation engineers will be trained and qualified by LTT instructors from the Lufthansa Technical Training Philippines branch (LTTP). Upon successful completion of the training, KAEMS engineers will receive an EASA Part-66 license to maintain KAEMS' A320 customer aircraft fleets.

Harald Schween, Head of Sales, Key Account Management & Marketing, said, "Lufthansa Technical Training is delighted to support Korea Aviation Engineering & Maintenance Service in the build-up of capabilities for maintenance of its customer fleets in Korea and beyond. This new cooperation further affirms LTT's strong presence in Asia."

Cho Youn Ki, CEO of KAEMS added, "It will be a great milestone for KAEMS' further development. By adding A320F, KAEMS can provide MRO service for all narrow body aircraft types operated in Korea. Thanks to the world-class training service, KAEMS can expand its business area not only by aircraft type but also region. KAEMS is ready to satisfy customer's needs with high quality service."


About Korea Aviation Engineering & Maintenance Service Ltd

Korea Aviation Engineering & Maintenance Service Ltd (KAEMS), founded in July 2018, is the only MRO company designated by the government. Its major shareholders are Korea Aerospace Industries, Ltd. and Korea Airports Corporation. The business arena is MRO of commercial jets; currently B737NG, military aircraft such as F16 and P-3CK, and helicopters KUH and EC-225. Its main customers are Korea LCC, Korea Government and Korea Army. KAEMS has already achieved required certificates such as Korea MOLIT AMO, FAA FAR Part 145 and AS 9100 series.


About Lufthansa Technical Training GmbH
Lufthansa Technical Training develops customized solutions including the selection, training and deployment of staff for businesses and staff in the aviation industry. Lufthansa Technical Training Philippines, LTD. is a subsidiary of Lufthansa Technical Training. It focuses on training in accordance with the regulations of EASA and the Philippines Air Transportation Office. From basic training and type training to specialized seminars, LTTP has a wide range of courses on offer. Courses take place in the modern training facilities at the headquarters in Manila and, as needed, on customer premises.  


New Web Based Training!

Composite Awareness

Train your staff in the use of composite materials in a timely, efficient, cost-effective and location-independent way! Lufthansa Technical Trainings' Web Based Training is suitable for familiarization, refreshing and preparing for the handling of composite materials. The interactive WBT provides basic information about composites, their properties and specific maintenance procedures. The Composite Awareness WBT, jointly developed with Lufthansa Technik, forms an optimal basis for further structural courses from the product portfolio of Lufthansa Technical Training.


Find out more and get your demo video! 


Approval from UAE aviation authority

LTT consolidates market position in the Middle East

Lufthansa Technical Training (LTT) has been approved as a training provider by the aviation authority of the United Arab Emirates, the General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA). LTT can consequently hold GCAA-recognized aviation basic and type training courses.
Andreas Kaden, LTT Managing Director: "As an internationally recognized training provider, Lufthansa Technical Training can now satisfy the high quality requirements for aviation personnel in the Middle East, directly on-site at the customer with GCAA approval. This provides the companies and participants from around the region both economical and operating advantages."
Category A and category B1.1 (both aviation engineers) and B2 (avionics engineers) basic aviation training courses in accordance with GCAA-CAR 66 (Civil Aviation Regulation) are entered in the certificate of approval. Type training courses for the Airbus A320, A330, A380, Boeing 737NG, 737CL, B747-8 and 777 aircraft models are also approved.
Following the successful completion of the aviation training courses, LTT can provide the participants a GCAA "Certificate of Recognition". With this certificate the graduates can then have the respective aircraft types entered in their local license at the GCAA authority.
Be approved by the GCAA, LTT now has, either itself or via joint ventures, up-to-date approvals from seven aviation authorities, including EASA, RFAA and CAAC.


15th company anniversary of LTTP

Lufthansa Technical Training Philippines (LTTP) celebrated its 15th company anniversary on September 06, 2019 with a joint cocktail and dinner.

The important event was divided into two parts. The first part consisted of the "Business Partners' Appreciation Night", where important customers and partners were thanked for their trust and belief in the services of LTTP. Highlight of the evening was a performance of a local folk dance group - Visitors, guests and staff were really impressed by the show.

The second part of the evening belonged to Lufthansa Technical Training staff only. The employees were divided into three teams in which each had to complete tasks independently. The prizes were finally distributed among the best players.

This evening will surely remain in everyone's best memories! 


20th anniversary

China University and Lufthansa Technical Training

On 30 October the 20th anniversary of the partnership between China University of Science and Technology and Lufthansa Technical Training  took place in Taiwan. The management of Lufthansa Technical Training as well as representatives of Lufthansa Technical Training in Taiwan participated in this ceremony. 


Digital Innovations @ LTT: 360° Video

Enjoy a 360° aircraft experience! Please open the link in the YouTube app at your smartphone or tablet with the setting "4K" or in your internet browser Mozilla (setting 4K as well). Move your mobile device to experience the 360° environment! 


LTT at AIX: From Aviation Legislation to Project Management

Lufthansa Technical Training presents new products at the AIX

Lufthansa Technical Training (LTT) will present the new training offerings for manufacturers of the aviation industry at the Aircraft Interiors Expo 2012 (AIX). The AIX takes place from 27 to 29 March 2012 in Hamburg, Germany.

Product managers as well as sales representatives of the company present the various training offerings at the joint booth with AviationPower (hall B6, booth F60).

New additions to the program include "Simplified Technical English" in accordance with the ASD Standard (Aerospace and Defence Industries Association of Europe) and several aviation legislation courses, which are offered as in-house trainings and also as open courses. Furthermore, LTT offers a modified project management seminar portfolio specifically tailored to the challenges, demands and special characteristics of the aviation industry.

The development, manufacture and maintenance of aeronautical products is characterized by extensive legal regulations, above-average complexity and very high demands on the qualification of personnel. As a contribution to this complex training environment, Lufthansa Technical Training has been offering training and consulting services for customers and interested parties from the entire aviation industry for over 50 years.

Among others, Klaus Schmidt-Klyk, Product Manager for Aviation Industry Solutions, Jens Lange, Product Manager for Basic Training, and Georg Walter, Product Manager for Aircraft Type Training are available for consultations at the AIX.
Lufthansa Technical Training has filled these new strategic positions in the product management division in the beginning of the year.


Five-year training agreement

Over 400 newly trained CAT A1 mechanics

Hamburg/Kuala Lumpur, 23 September 2014:
Lufthansa Technical Training (LTT) and the APFT Maintenance Training (APFT) aviation school have signed a contract for the training of aviation technicians in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on September 23. Over a period of five years, about 400 trainees from APFT – Maintenance Training will be trained and qualified as aircraft mechanics (CAT A1) according to EASA specifications.

Dato Faruk Othmann, Director of APFT, said: "APFT through its flight school Asia Pacific Flight Training have been conducting pilot training and now is expanding into Engineering training through its Maintenance training school. We believe that this agreement with LTT will benefit not only the students but the aviation industry in the region as well."

Andreas Kaden, Managing Director of Lufthansa Technical Training, added: "This is a major success for us in the booming but highly competitive aviation training segment in Asia. This long-term contract gives both parties the security they need for their planning and allows the Malaysian aviation industry to benefit from LTT's many years of international experience in technical training programs."

Starting in January 2015, training staff from the LTT subsidiary Lufthansa Technical Training Philippines (LTTP) under Jochen Harms (General Manager) will conduct lessons in theory and practice with the EASA-approved LTT instructional materials and administer the exams as well. LTT experts will also evaluate the exams and issue the certificates.

Training takes place at the facilities of APFT – Maintenance Training.
After successful completion of the training, graduates can apply with the European Aviation Safety Agency or one of the national authorities for an EASA CAT A 1 license after another 3 years of on-the-job training.

About APFT Maintenance Training (APFT)      
APFT Maintenance Training is an academy under Asia Pacific Flight Training which was set up to provide training towards obtaining a professional pilot's license. The academy is located at Sultan Ismail Petra Airport, Pengkalan Chepa, Kota Bharu, Kelantan.
Asia Pacific Flight Training is approved by the Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) Malaysia. Internationally recognized by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), APFT has been selected by Domestic and International Airlines as an approved organization for the flight training of their cadet pilots. The academy has been given the status of a private higher education institution (IPTS) by the Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia. APFT is also accredited with the MS ISO 9001:2008. APFT Maintenance Training is set up to conduct Engineering training and Ground Operations training. It is accredited by the Ministry of Human Resource for the training of Skills in Ground Operations.
More information at

About Lufthansa Technical Training GmbH
Lufthansa Technical Training develops customized solutions including the selection, training and deployment of staff for businesses and staff in the aviation industry. Lufthansa Technical Training Philippines, LTD. (LTTP) is a subsidiary of Lufthansa Technical Training. It focuses on training in accordance with the regulations of EASA and the Philippines Air Transportation Office. From basic training and type training to specialized seminars, LTTP has a wide range of courses on offer. Courses take place in the modern training facilities at the headquarters in Manila and, as needed, on customer premises.


The new LTT App

Digital training documents and cockpit views

From now on more than 200 training documents of Lufthansa Technical Training are digital available for IPhone and IPad. Supplemented by excellent cockpit-views the new LTT app offers digital knowledge for aviation experts with a new design and new functions.  All "CourseNotesLTT", available for Cat A, Cat B1 and Cat B2 are compliant to the  EASA regulation No 1149/2011. A lot of services are for free, some training documents have to be purchased at the App Store. Besides the LTT viewer was optimized for iOS7.

Here you can download the LTT viewer for free:



LTT: Aviation knowledge – as a mobile iPad app

To be unveiled at the ILA Berlin Air Show

Lufthansa Technical Training (LTT) will be presenting its new digital media platform, "LTT viewer" for the first time at the Berlin Air Show (ILA) September 11 to 16.

The LTT viewer will be launched with around 200 documents. These will include training documentation and manuals, web-based training modules, location quizzes and realistic 360° spherical panoramas that enable the user to take a virtual look around a cockpit.

Representatives of the company will be on hand to present the LTT viewer to visitors to the stand and journalists on both the trade visitor and public days.

Holger Beck, Chief Commercial Officer at Lufthansa Technical Training:
"With our LTT viewer we are meeting the customer's need to have all our training media available in mobile form. Ongoing expansion of the coverage offered means we can present the full range of aeronautical training on an iPad. In this way we are taking one more, future-oriented step into the digital world of learning and information."

Aviation fans, for example, will be able to use the LTT viewer to download background information on the technical features of the Airbus A380 free of charge. In addition, aviation enthusiasts will be offered aeronautical glossaries for Airbus and Boeing aircraft types as reference works and a virtual cockpit spherical panorama of an A320.

Aeronautical specialists will find a wide range of training documentation corresponding to the requirements of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) for certifying staff (EASA Part-66 CAT A, B1 and B2). The documents can be used to prepare for an exam at an EASA Part-147 school or as a reference work.

This kiosk app will be available for aviation fans and technical specialists to download from the Apple App Store from September 11, 2012.

Media representatives are offered individual appointments for LTT viewer demos during the air show.

They will also be able to make interview appointments with LTT Management on September 11-12.


LTT exhibition stand during trade visitor days (11-13 September): Hall 6, booth 6332 in the HanseAerospace Pavillon / International Supplier Center

LTT presence on public days (14-16 September): Hall 2, booth 2324 at the exhibition stand of Lufthansa Technik 


LTT and Australian College of Kuwait

LTT expertise in aeronautical training in Kuwait

Lufthansa Technical Training (LTT) and the Australian College of Kuwait (ACK) have concluded a cooperation agreement. The contract was signed by Holger Beck, Chief Commercial Officer at LTT, and Professor Vishy Karri, President of ACK, representing their respective organizations.

Under the agreement LTT will provide EASA CAT B1.1 and EASA CAT B2 training concepts for the basic training program, will run train-the-trainer courses for trainers in Kuwait and will provide access to web- and computer-based training media. LTT will also support the college in carrying out examinations on EASA Part-66 modules (Full Basic Examinations).

Holger Beck, Chief Commercial Officer at LTT:
"This agreement with the Australian College in Kuwait underscores the high regard in which our company and our expertise are held in places such as the Middle East. This is our first step towards contributing to the creation of a local school in this region to provide training for aviation personnel. We are therefore very proud that LTT has been chosen as a partner by the Australian College of Kuwait."

Professor Vishy Karri, President of the Australian College of Kuwait:
"Australian College of Kuwait is proud of this new association with LTT. LTT is a leader in provision of aviation training and ACK, with this cooperation, will now provide quality education to local students. ACK has outstanding EASA accredited facilities for running aviation programs in Kuwait. This cooperation is a definite way forward to addressing much needed quality aviation education in the State of Kuwait."

The first EASA CAT B1.1 course offering LTT expertise has started on February 17, 2013. 


Change of Personnel in Key Positions at Lufthansa Technical

Two key positions have recently been filled at Lufthansa Technical Training.

Effective 01 October 2011, Holger Beck (44), previously Chief Operating Officer of Lufthansa Technical Training, is now heading the Marketing, Sales & Product Management division in his function as Chief Commercial Officer.

Karsten Schmidt (45) has been appointed Chief Operating Officer of Lufthansa Technical Training on 14 November 2011. Before, he worked as Managing Director of Lufthansa Systems Aeronautics.

These appointments took place in the course of organizational developments at Lufthansa Technical Training. The most significant change is the introduction of a product management in which product development, marketing and communication strategies, sales activities as well the accountability for results are integrated. 


Hamburg training center gets Boeing 737

Lufthansa Technical Training takes over Boeing 737-500

The Lufthansa Technik facility in Hamburg is celebrating: today, Lufthansa Technical Training GmbH (LTT) took possession of its own Boeing 737-500, to be used for technical training. The aircraft with the tailsign D-ABIA has already logged 50,623 flight hours on 45,287 flights in the service of Lufthansa Passenger Airline. At LTT, it will serve coming generations as a technical milestone and, at the same time, uphold the aircraft type's important role in the history of Lufthansa.

Lufthansa Technik in Hamburg is currently home to more than 300 trainees. Some of them are enrolled in dual-study training or university degree programs to become aircraft mechanics, for example, or engineers. For all of them, practical experience is an important element of their training in addition to the theoretical instruction they receive at vocational school or the university. The Boeing 737 is now available for use by technicians-in-training as a fully functional aircraft, with all its systems, to supplement LTT's training workshops and specialized workshops.

Karsten Schmidt, Chief Operating Officer of Production at LTT, says: "Dual-study training is the backbone of the technical and personal competence of our team here. We decided to buy this aircraft so that we can offer our trainees the best possible foundation in the future as well as today. At the same time we were able to acquire an aircraft of a type that is very significant for the history of Lufthansa. That makes us proud."

Michael Paarmann, head of training at LTT, is convinced: "With a ‘living' aircraft, our trainees can gain even greater insights into the connections between various aircraft systems. The conditions of real flight operation offer a perfect environment for them, for example during testing." He also believes that "this aircraft will enable the trainees to identify even more strongly with their training and with flight operations."

D-ABIA was entered into service on December 20, 1990 as one of the first three of a total of 30 Boeing 737-500s that Lufthansa purchased from Boeing. Since that time, it has been flown all over Europe. The aircraft's last flight, with the head of the Boeing 737 fleet, Captain Ulrich Pade, and technical pilot Captain Rainer Frischkorn, at the helm, brought it from Frankfurt to Hamburg Airport. Here, at Lufthansa Technik's home base, it will be maintained in the future through the joint efforts of LTT, the trainees, and the maintenance organization, including all the necessary checks.

Just like Lufthansa Passenger Airline, Lufthansa Technik and the Boeing 737 have a long history together. Lufthansa was very early in recognizing the need for an aircraft of this type, and during the mid-1960s, engineers working under the direction of Professor Ernst Simon in what was then the technical division of Lufthansa (today's Lufthansa Technik) made important contributions to the development of the aircraft. A total of 140 Boeing 737s of various generations of the aircraft have flown – and are still flying – for Lufthansa, and around 500 Boeing 737s and 737NGs around the world currently receive technical support exclusively from Lufthansa Technik. 


Bombardier Appoints Authorized Training Providers for C Series

Farnborough Airshow – Bombardier today announced at the Farnborough International Airshow that it has appointed Flight Training Alliance (FTA), a newly formed joint venture between CAE and Lufthansa Flight Training (LFT), as its exclusive Authorized Training Provider for C Series aircraft pilot and cabin crew training worldwide. Bombardier also announced Lufthansa Technical Training (LTT) as its exclusive Authorized Training Provider for maintenance training on the all-new C Series aircraft worldwide.
Flight Training Alliance will support Bombardier's C Series aircraft entry-into-service by providing comprehensive pilot and cabin crew training to C Series aircraft customers and operators worldwide. It will leverage and deploy training programs in the CAE and LFT networks and will take advantage of the global networks and instructional delivery from both partners to support customer requirements.
"C Series aircraft operators will have access to the very best in training as FTA combines the strengths – operational expertise, in-depth instructor and courseware development know-how, technology leadership and global reach – of two industry-leading collaborators," said Michel Ouellette, President, Customer Services and Specialized and Amphibious Aircraft, Bombardier Aerospace. "Both CAE and LFT are longstanding Bombardier partners and will provide the best training solution for the C Series aircraft, during the entry-into-service phase and for ongoing support over the aircraft's life cycle."
"We are proud to continue to grow our partnership with Bombardier in order to support the C Series aircraft entry-into-service training program," said Marc Parent, President and Chief Executive Officer of CAE. "Our joint venture with LFT will provide a best-in-class training solution for the new C Series aircraft, leveraging the core expertise of two world leaders in simulation and training."
"By combining the specific strengths of the joint venture partners it is now possible to set new standards in training for our customers worldwide," said Florian Hamm, Lufthansa Flight Training CEO.
"This additional building block in our growing relationship with Bombardier makes us proud," said Andreas Kaden, Chief Executive Officer of Lufthansa Technical Training. "We are convinced our international network of technical training facilities will enable C Series aircraft operators to build up their technical capabilities. We will support them to ensure the flawless introduction of this new aircraft type in their fleets."
As Authorized Training Provider for maintenance training for the C Series aircraft, Lufthansa Technical Training (LTT) will be handling worldwide manufacturer type training courses for technical aviation personnel. Through its expertise and its experience as a recognized training provider, LTT will also support Bombardier in the development of EASA-approved courseware.
The first simulator and training program deployments will be ready prior to entry-into-service of the aircraft, starting with the Bombardier training centre in Montréal where CAE has built the world's first C Series aircraft simulator. Additional deployments will follow in Europe, North America and Asia. The ATP agreement is subject to anti-trust approval in China.


New capability list

"A world of expertise"

This is the name of the new capability list. Here you can find an overview of the complete service and product portfolio of Lufthansa Technical Training. Please find attached the download link. 


Approval for CAT A courses in "Gilching"

Upon completion of the successful LBA audit on July 9th, Lufthansa Technical Training received approval to conduct basic training courses in accordance with EASA Part-66 (CAT A) combining the locations "Gilching" and Munich. 


New competence training brochure

The knowledge that lets your career take off

3 November 2014: This is the name of the new competence training brochure. Here you can find an overview of trainings concerning engineering, management and languages. Please find attached the download link. 


Cooperation started

Lufthansa Technical Training, the Part-147 school LAS Training-MTO and SLOT signed a Memorandum of Understanding on July 31st in Lisbon, Portugal, to qualify aeronautical trainees. Over a period of six months (800 hours), 16 trainees will be educated as CAT A licensed personnel in a full course in Lisbon at the premises of the Part-147 facility. After their successful completion they will be able to gain practical experience in MRO companies in Europe. The recruitment of the 16 Portuguese trainees is carried out by SLOT, a company of the LAS Group. The pilot project will start in October 2019 and will soon be extended to other locations such as Athens, Greece. Nicole Domanski, Product Manager Basic Training of Lufthansa Technical Training, will play a key role in supporting and implementing the project. 


EASA EU1149/2011-compliant training courses

400 training courses updated for 17 aircraft types

Lufthansa Technical Training (LTT) now offers type and basic training in compliance with the new requirements of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).

The statutory requirement referred to as EU1149/2011 states that beginning August 1, 2013, only the new requirements for content and duration for EASA Part-147-approved Type and Basic Training will apply for training organizations as well as for license holders of EASA category B1 and B2.

This means that LTT already provides customers a total of 400 practical and theoretical EASA-approved type training courses for 17 aircraft types as well as 50 basic courses in compliance with the new regulations.

Accordingly, in June the authority responsible for the matter – the Federal Aviation Authority – approved all relevant type training courses offered by Lufthansa Technical Training.

Rubin Siddique, Chief Commercial Officer at LTT:

"By approving the LTT training courses by the Federal Aviation Authority before the statutory deadline we have achieved our goal of offering customers a timely change to training concepts and content in accordance with the new EASA regulations, thus providing them the attendant advantages - such as reduced course durations for example."

Thomas Bund, Project Manager at LTT commenting on the introduction of EU1149/2011:

"This implementation of the new EASA requirement was the most significant change to have occurred in the last decade. After all, the idea behind the extensive range of courses was to integrate additional training content into the courses for license holders of EASA categories B1 and B2. The course times also had to be redefined to comply with the Training Need Analysis just conducted for each of the 200 theoretical type training courses." 


Electrical Wiring Interconnection Systems (EWIS) as WBT

EWIS as web-based Training

The web-based training course, "Electrical Wiring Interconnection Systems" (EWIS), is now available for customers and interested parties to use. Starting with the requirements and regulations of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), Lufthansa Technical Training (LTT) has developed this course from the methods and didactic points of view to cater for the needs of multiple target groups.

The web-based training course (WBT) was preceded by the development of a five-day inperson training course on the same topic that has been offered and delivered by LTT since 1 September 2010.

Rainer Sabrotzki, trainer and product manager at LTT responsible for the EWIS training topic:
"The cables are the veins and nerves of an aircraft. Depending on the aircraft type, there will be between 150 and 300 kilometers of cable routes on an aircraft. Hence the subject of ‘Cables' is an important safety topic for anyone who works on an aircraft, from maintenance personnel to cabin crew and refueling staff. It is precisely for these different target groups
that we have put together this training course."

The subjects covered include cable damage and its origins, the consequences of cable fires, the assessment of damage to connectors and cables and how to work with the applicable documentation. The five-day in-person seminar also contains practical exercise units. Whether taken as WBT or as in-person training, the course has a modular structure to enable individual customer requirements and training needs to be addressed. With the WBT and the in-person seminar, LTT is satisfying a new requirement from EASA as to content which expands on the content of the EASA module "Cable Connectors", now renamed "Electrical Wiring Interconnection Systems" to reflect the revised content.

Klaus Schmidt-Klyk, LTT Vice President Marketing, Sales & Business Development:
"The EWIS WBT offers us excellent target-group oriented training possibilities since the flexible concept enables us to train all the groups specified in the EASA regulations in line with their training needs. The target groups covered include not only maintenance personnel and engineers but also, for example, pilots and flight attendants."

For more information, please see the Flyer EWIS - Training Programme.
For a demoversion of the WBT EWIS, please click here.