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OHS and LBAS expands co-operation

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Tatjana Obrazcova

Terry Spruce

OHS Aviation Services and Lufthansa Bombardier Aviation Services (LBAS) have signed a cooperation agreement.

The companies will expand their service offerings to Bombardier business jet operators.

“We now want to expand our successful co-operation in the form of joint customer acquisition abroad and rely on combined refurbishment and maintenance product packages.”

 

Christoph Meyerrose, CEO of LBAS said: “We now want to expand our successful co-operation in the form of joint customer acquisition abroad and rely on combined refurbishment and maintenance product packages.”

OHS has also expanded its engineering sector. The EASA Part 21J certified Design Organization can now permit “Major Changes” and Supplemental Type Certificates for all aircraft categories.

At Berlin Schoenefeld airport, LBAS and OHS offer a fully comprehensive maintenance and refurbishment program, including engineering services.



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