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News Release 
Lufthansa Technik, CFM International Enter into Joint Cooperation Agreement 
AMSTERDAM, Netherlands  — 11 October 2012  — Lufthansa Technik AG and CFM 
International have signed a new cooperation agreement for the support of CFM56 
Under the terms of the agreement, CFM and Lufthansa Technik will jointly 
develop component repairs, overhaul technology and other technical support for 
their respective maintenance, repair and overhaul operations. CFM will supply 
OEM replacement parts, component repairs, and repair technology to Lufthansa 
“This agreement is really a win-win proposition,” said Jean-Paul Ebanga, 
president and CEO of CFM.  “We look forward to working closely with one of the 
most experienced and respected maintenance providers in the world todevelop 
repair technologies, while delivering genuine CFM materials to Lufthansa 
Technik and its customers.” 
“We have developed a good working relationship with CFM over the years,” said 
Dr. Johannes Bussmann, Chief Executive HR, Engine- & VIP Services, Lufthansa 
Technik. “With this comprehensive agreement, we look forward to increasing our 
use of CFM materials and technology and working jointly with CFM to reduce our 
airlines’ engine maintenance costs.” 
About Lufthansa Technik
Lufthansa Technik (<>) 
is one of the leading providers of maintenance, repair, and overhaul services 
for jet engines. With tailored maintenance programs and state-of-the-art repair 
methods, Lufthansa Technikensures the unbroken reliability and availability of 
its customers’ fleets. Lufthansa Technik is an internationally licensed 
maintenance, production and development organization. The six business units of 
Lufthansa Technik (Maintenance, Overhaul, Component Services, Engine Services, 
VIP Services and Landing Gear Services) serve about 750 customers worldwide. 
About CFM
The CFM56 engine family is a product of CFM International, a 50/50 joint 
company between Snecma (Safran group) and GE.   CFM is the world’s largest 
commercial aircraft engine supplier, and the company has delivered 
approximately 24,000 engines to more than 530 operators around the globe.  The 
CFM56 fleet has logged more than 600 million flight hours in the past 30 years 
as the most reliable engines in the air. 
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For more information, contact: 
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Rick Kennedy                      T:  513.243.3372              M:  
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Lufthansa Technik 
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