GE Aviation and Lufthansa Technik (LHT) have laid the groundwork for a Europe-based GEnx-2B and GE9X full-service overhaul facility to handle Lufthansa’s engine work needs and offer a multitude of resources to service other carriers.  The two subsidiaries, along with parent companies General Electric (GE) and Lufthansa, signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on June 15 to create the facility, which is slated to see its first engine sometime in 2018. The companies did not ...


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