Lee Ann Tegtmeier

Lee Ann Tegtmeier
Chief Editor, MRO,
Aviation Week & Space Technology

As chief editor MRO, Lee Ann Tegtmeier directs Aviation Week's coverage of maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO), including the Aviation Week & Space Technology MRO Edition.
 
She won the World Leadership Forum’s Aerospace Journalist of the Year Awards in 2009 (propulsion category) and in 2002 (maintenance category), and has been a finalist in other years.
 
She holds a B.A. in English and political science from Luther College and an M.A. in nonfiction writing from John Hopkins University.

Articles
Lufthansa Technik Focuses On Asia MRO Growth
Expects group’s revenues to grow from 15% of total business to 20%
JAL, SR Technics Sign $220 Million MRO Contract
The seven-year contract covers CFM56-7 overhauls on 737NG fleet
Lufthansa Technik Focuses On Asia MRO Growth
Lufthansa Technik Chairman August Henningsen wants to serve the Asia-Pacific region as broadly as possible in the aftermarket
Ruag Launches Luxurious Bizjet Interior Offerings 
Business jet owners are starting to again invest in the lifestyle aspects of cabins, from seat upgrades to new galleys and showers. Painting and other “looks” items are picking up as well, says Michael Sattler, VP of business aviation for Ruag Aviation.
Electric Seat for Business Jets
Yasava will unveil in May the prototype of what it says is the first fully electric seat for business aircraft that is not
Saudia Aerospace Engineering Plans Big Growth
Saudia Aerospace Engineering Industries is constructing a 1 million sq. meter facility that will provide the capacity the MRO needs to grow its third-party maintenance business.
Saudi Aerospace Engineering Plans Big Growth 
Saudi Aerospace Engineering Industries (SAEI) is constructing a 12-bay hangar scheduled to open in the first quarter of 2016 that will provide the capacity the MRO needs to grow its third-party maintenance business.
Lufthansa Technik, UTC Expand 787 MRO Capabilities
Lufthansa Technik and UTC Aerospace Systems have expanded their Boeing 787 component agreement to include work on interior products, sensors and integrated systems.
SR Technics, Sepang Aircraft Engineering Expand In Kuala Lumpur
Today, SAE completes about 85% of AirAsia’s maintenance checks.
Aeroman Considers Expansion Options
Aeroman CEO outlines three options to Aviation Week in exclusive. (Photo: Aeroman)
ILFC Considers Aftermarket Service Program Concept 
A network of MRO providers could help streamline lease returns. (Photo: Boeing)
Embraer Expands E-Jets Parts Pool
Parts pooling expands as Embraer E-Jet fleet grows globally. (Photo: Embraer)
Azul Anticipates ATR72-600 Simulator Certification In March
FlightSafety International finished installing an ATR72-600 simulator at Azul Linhas Aereas Basileiras’s new training facility near Viracopos-Campinas in southeastern Brazil on Jan 19. The airline hopes to receive ANAZ Brazilian certification for the $13-14 million full-flight simulator in March.
Kellstrom Expects First-Quarter Growth In Commercial Sector 
Kellstrom finished consolidating and segregating its business into commercial and defense units, and it expects the first quarter of 2014 to start showing results of those efforts.
ST Aerospace Expects Higher 2013 Profits 
ST Aerospace’s top executive expects 2013 profits to be higher than last year’s SGD$303.8 million.
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