Lufthansa Technik AERO Alzey has a new chief executive officer. Mark Johnson has taken over the management of the Lufthansa Technik subsidiary with effect from 1 July. Based in Alzey near Frankfurt, the company employs a workforce of over 400 and specializes in the maintenance of regional aircraft engines. Mark Johnson succeeds Peter Kamenz, who is leaving the company.
Prior to this appointment, Mark Johnson (47) was commercial manager of Lufthansa AG's hub management in Frankfurt. After qualifying as an air traffic management assistant, Johnson handled various functions in the areas of controlling, strategy and purchasing in Frankfurt, Hamburg and Beijing. He has worked for Lufthansa since 1982.
In addition to auxiliary power units, the range of products offered by Lufthansa Technik AERO Alzey includes the CF34 engine series from GE and the PW100 engine series from Pratt & Whitney, various configurations of which are used in numerous regional aircraft. Among the customers of the Hessian company are not only airlines from the Lufthansa Group, but also more than 80 reputable regional airlines from all over the world.