Lufthansa Technik and Philippine Airlines renew engine MRO deal


Europe MROE_2023_728x90_Desktop_A1Lufthansa Technik AG has signed a deal to perform engine maintenance services for Philippine Airlines (PAL). The Philippines’ flag carrier and the MRO provider have recently signed a three-year contract regarding the maintenance of eight CFM56-5B engines of the airline’s A320ceo fleet, effectively as of 2024.

In addition to the existing agreements in Total Component Support (TCS) for PAL’s Boeing 777 fleet as well as Base Maintenance Services (BMS) with Lufthansa Technik’s subsidary on the Philippines, the Manila-based airline has decided to renew its partnership with Lufthansa Technik in the area of engine maintenance services in the recognition of the MRO provider’s demonstrated track record.

“Lufthansa Technik is a very reliable partner who ensures that our aircraft engines remain in optimal condition. Thanks to their technical capabilities and innovative solutions, they can significantly extend the life of our engines. We decided to work with Lufthansa Technik again with the expectation that they will deliver excellent performance in the field of engine maintenance,” said Philippine Airlines Vice President of Procurement & Logistics, William G. Tan.

With the state-of-the-art facilities and experienced team of engineers and technicians, Lufthansa Technik is well-equipped to deliver efficient and high-quality engine maintenance services, minimising downtime and maximising fleet performance.

Dennis Kohr, Senior Vice President Corporate Sales Asia Pacific at Lufthansa Technik: “We are delighted and very grateful that Philippine Airlines has chosen us as their engine maintenance partner again. We take this as an opportunity to further strengthen our long lasting partnership and are committed to delivering outstanding results for Philippine Airlines.”


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