Video: Lufthansa Technik To Set Up HUF 43 Billion Service Centre In NE Hungary

  • 22 Feb 2019 8:25 AM
  • Hungary Matters
Video: Lufthansa Technik To Set Up HUF 43 Billion Service Centre In NE Hungary
German aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul company Lufthansa Technik will set up a 43 billion forint (EUR 135m) service centre in Miskolc, in north-eastern Hungary, the minister of foreign affairs and trade said.

Lufthansa Technik will repair aircraft parts at the base which will employ 400 people, Péter Szijjártó told a press conference in Budapest.

The government is contributing to the investment with training support, he said.


MTI Photo: Illyés Tibor

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