Lufthansa Technik and GE Aviation have begun to lay the foundation on a new engine MRO service facility and joint venture, XEOS, in Southwest Poland to overhaul GEnx-2B and GE9X engines. The new XEOS facility represents an investment of $274 million and is expected to open in spring 2019. Work on the construction site began in early August. A rough framing work for the main building is scheduled to be completed by March 2018. According to the plan, the buildings will be handed over to the ...

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