Lufthansa Technik won a significant contract from Qantas for technical support of GE and CFM56-7 engines powering the carrier's 737, 767, 747 and A330 aircraft. The 10-year deal gives LHT a 50% stake in Jet Turbine Services, a Melbourne-based MRO company with a current workforce of 140. "This major engine overhaul contract is a significant breakthrough for Lufthansa Technik in the Asia/Pacific growth market," LHT Chairman August Wilhelm Henningsen said. "Qantas can depend on the quality of ...

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