Lufthansa Technik has set up an additive manufacturing center and 787 landing gear repair/exchange services. Turkish Technic was selected by Iraqi Airways (A330) and Hi fly (A340) for aircraft maintenance. Arizona-based TurbineAero broke ground on 80,000 sq. ft. APU maintenance facility near Bangkok, Thailand and simultaneously named Robert Wilson as new CEO. CTT Systems announced Boeing de-selected its Zonal Drying system as standard on Boeing 787s. Boeing completed the acquisition of ...

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