2 Lufthansa Technik Philippines – Facts and Figures Founding date: September 2000Shareholders: 51% Lufthansa Technik AG and 49% MacroAsia CorporationSpecialization: Base and heavy maintenance of Airbus A340, A330, A320Hangar capacity: Five (5) wide body and six (6) narrow body aircraftLocation: Ninoy Aquino International Airport, Manila (MNL)Employees: 2,700
3 Major Milestones FEB 2009 SEP 2010 SEP 2000 OCT 2005 OCT 2002 OCT 2007 Granted an extension of Lufthansa Technik′s EASA Part-21 Design Organization certification enabling the development of change/repair designsSEP 2010Celebration of a decade of aviation excellence with a customer base spanning five continentsSEP 2000Handover of technical handling - Philippine Airlines fleet of Airbus and Boeing aircraftOCT 2005Start of A320heavy maintenance operationOCT 2002Start of A330/A340 heavy maintenance operations, which also includes additional base maintenance services such as cabin modificationOCT 2007Inauguration of additional one-bay wide body hangarNOV 2009100th A330/A340heavy maintenance check further signifying expertise in these aircraft types2012Start of base maintenance services for the newest and most-technologically advanced aircraft –the Airbus A380
4 LocationLargest majority-owned Lufthansa Technik subsidiary outside of GermanyStrategic location in Southeast Asia along the Pacific RimWithin its 4-hour flight radius are main Asian hubs like HKG and SINMain facility in Manila with satellite offices in Cebu, Clark and DavaoManila base within a special economic zone:Simplified import–export proceduresLower costs due to exemption from duties and taxes on merchandiseEasy employment of specialists from outside the Philippines for supervisory, technical or advisory positions
5 Facility Main base in Manila: Hangars are equipped with: 220,000 square-meters11 hangar bays16 aircraft parking slotsHangars are equipped with:2 platform systemsEngine docksTail docksWing docksOverhead cranes
6 Base MaintenanceStrong focus on base and heavy maintenance (C-, IL-, D-checks) of A340, A330 and A320 aircraftNew capability for base maintenance of A380More than 350 events (over 100 heavy checks)Over 30 customers across five continentsAircraft TypeBaseHeavyA /300/600A /300A319/A320/A321BA
7 Cabin Reconfiguration/Retrofit Programs Cabin reconfigurations and retrofit programs on Airbus wide bodies and narrow bodiesClass conversionCustomized cabin lay-out and themeIntroduction of latest IFE systems
8 Painting Painting of aircraft exterior and cabin parts Chemical strippingScuff sanding and exterior painting of aircraftInterior painting using water- or solvent-based paintGraphic design of aircraft livery (decals, logos and technical markings)Modern equipment and facilitieselectrostatic spray gunspaint booths capable of solvent- and water-based paint systemRecognized by the Philippines' Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) for practicing waste reduction programs
9 Base Maintenance Clientele 86% Long-term customers14% OthersYour trust is important to us.
10 Line Maintenance Release to Service certification 24/7 AOG support Technical support30 domestic and international customersAlmost 2,000 flights per weekAircraft TypeMNLCEBDVOCRKA319/20/21A /30A /300/600ABB /400BB /300ATR
11 Line Maintenance Clientele Total flights in Philippines: 1,907 per week (jet aircraft)Total market share (RTS & TS) in Manila: 50%`
12 Component Maintenance InspectionRepairOverhaulModificationWheels, brakes, tiresRescue and safety equipmentAvionicsCabin interior itemsIn-flight entertainmentElectrical pneumatic and hydraulic componentsWindowCockpit doorsNon-destructive inspection, testing and processing
13 Engine Support Engine: Removal and installationQuick engine change (QEC) build-upInspection (up to fan core splitting/assembly and top case maintenance)Engine Parts and Accessories Repair (EPAR) specializing in shroud repairEngine teardown (disassembly of used engines into parts that can either be used or sold as component parts)Engine TypesCF6-80 seriesCFM56 seriesPW4000*RR Trent 500/700*IAE V2500** supported during aircraft maintenance
14 Technical ServicesWith extension of LHT‘s EASA.21J.019 Design Organization ApprovalMaintenance program developmentReliability improvement consultingMaintenance task card developmentTechnical publication assessmentDevelopment of structural repair programsSupport for cabin configuration changesFlight data recorder readoutLoadable software reconfigurationEngine trend data analysisIntroduction of aircraft into a fleetAssistance in aircraft redeliveriesWarranty management
15 Fleet ManagementMore than 10 years of managing the fleet of Philippine AirlinesAircraft evaluationReliability monitoringAirworthiness directives and service bulletins evaluation and monitoring;Review of maintenance programsAircraft-related records keepingLifetime controlTesting, repair and modification of engines, components and aircraft systems
16 Personnel AssigmentAlmost 30 customers composed of LHT subsidiaries and third party airlines since deployment started in 2004Line Maintenance (Aircraft engineers, cabin mechanics)Base Maintenance (Aircraft engineers, cabin mechanics with special skills)Non-Destructive Testing (Qualified personnel with NAS410 and EN4179 certification)Technical Services (Engineers providing SB and AD evaluation, Improvement Consultation, etc.)
17 Approvals 18 Maintenance Organization approvals worldwide including: EASA Part 145US-FAA 14CFR Part 145CASA CAR 30CAAP CAR Part 6Extension of LHT‘s EASA.21J Design Organization ApprovalAustralia CASABahrain CAABermuda DCAChile DGACRep. of China CAAEuropean AviationSafety Agency (EASA)Hong Kong CADIndia DGCAJapan CABKorea MLTMKuwait DGCAMalaysia DCACivil Aviation Authorityof the Philippines (CAAP)Qatar CAARussia FATAUnited Arab EmiratesGCAAUS Federal AviationAdministration (FAA)Vietnam CAA
18 Manpower The Philippines is the largest English-speaking Asian country 100% of personnel undergo extensive training, to be authorized to work on aircraft from Europe, North America, South America, Asia and AustraliaLufthansa Technical Training Philippines, which holds an EASA Part-147 certification as an approved Maintenance Training Organization, conducts EASA Part-66 compliant courses in its training center within LTP facilityFrequent personnel transfers among the Lufthansa Technik subsidiaries assure optimum skills transfer within the Lufthansa Technik Group
19 The Philippines – Our home Population: 101,833,938 (July 2011 est.)Language: Filipino (official; based on Tagalog), EnglishGeography: consists of 7,107 islandsArea: 300,000 sq kmLocation: Southeastern Asia, archipelago between the Philippine Sea and the South China Sea, east of VietnamTimezone: UTC/GMT +8hoursJeepneys: Most popular means of public transportation originally made from US military jeeps left over from World War II known for their flamboyant decoration.
20 Corporate Social Responsibility Program More than 50 education-based projectsMore than $600,000 contributed for the construction of public school buildings and facilities from Luzon to Mindanao.Improving the quality of elementary education in rural areasReconstruction of schoolsSupporting typhoon victimsProviding medical equipment
21 Environmental Sustainability Development LTP complies with environmental regulations in the conduct of its operationsLTP is continuously decreasing resource consumptionSignificant savings in power, fuel and water due to better resource utilization and less wastePart of the EU environment savings program in the PhilippinesReceived green awards from the EU′s GreenPhilippines Islands of Sustainability Initiative
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