Lufthansa technical training visiting Thai Nguyen university of technology

10:22 - 07/11/2014

On 19th February 2014, Lufthansa Technical Training (LTT) representatives have paid a visit to Thai Nguyen University of Technology (TNUT). In the framework of the visit, the two institutions have discussed about future partnership agreement on the joint program of civil aviation.

Lufthansa Technical Training is a subsidiary of Lufthansa Group, as known as Deutsche Lufthansa AG, an aviation group with global operations and a total of more than 400 subsidiaries and associated companies. Lufthansa Group is also known as one of the flag carrier of Germany and also the largest airline in Europe, both in terms of overall passengers’ carried and fleet size.

As part of the developed and great Lufthansa group, Lufthansa Technical Training was established in 1994 with the headquarters in Hamburg. Lufthansa Technical Training (LTT) is an independent global leading training provider for staff involved in the maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) industry for aircraft, engines and aircraft components of civil aviation.

The potential joint program between LTT and TNUT would provide the students, who study mechanical engineering course, the chance to participate in an about 600 hour course of aircraft maintenance and repairing. The course would open great opportunities for students to work for many international aviation companies.

With its high reputation in the market of civil aviation, the potential joint contract between TNUT and LTT would provide Vietnamese students a chance to be trained and educated in the highly qualified programs and the professional education environment. This would benefit not only for TNUT students but also for Vietnam’s aviation industrial, as the whole. The program would provide the skillful workforce for the Vietnam aviation market which would enable them to compete in global market.

Hereafter are few facts of Lufthansa Technical Training:

·        European and internationally licensed training provider for aviation technology

·        Highly qualified advisors, trainers and permanent staff available worldwide

·        Training Centers located in Germany and around the world

·        Boeing 737-200 airplane and BO 105 helicopter for training purposes at Erfurt Training Center.