Aircraft Maintenance Technician (Malta/Budapest/Sofia/Milan)

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  • Location


  • Employment level

    Direct entry

  • Function

    Aircraft / Industrial Engineering

  • Working time

    Full time

  • Application deadline


  • Supervision of maintenance activities, performance and/or inspection of aircraft maintenance tasks and their proper certification according to EASA
  • Aircraft regular maintenance, aircraft reparation and troubleshooting solutions

Mark Galea

E-mail address for inquiries
Join our team part of our story!

  • Completed recognized technical apprenticeship or approved aviation training program
  • Completed CAT A or CAT B1/B2 training which may include CAT license/full module passes according to EASA 145
  • Base maintenance experience in one or more of the following aircraft types: A320, A330, A340, A350, B737, N6, B757, B767, and Boeing 787
  • Minimum of 3 years of work experience required
  • Willingness to work in shifts and to do occasional duty travel
  • At least intermediate (B1) English skills (or equivalent) both written and spoken
  • Ability to work in teams / Encouraging team spirit
  • Ability to meet deadlines and good problem-solving skills

Please indicate in your application which facility you would prefer to work at.


About Lufthansa Technik Malta Ltd

Lufthansa Technik Malta Ltd. (LTM) was established in 2003 as a joint venture between Lufthansa Technik AG (92%) and Air Malta (8%). The MRO service provider (Maintenance, Repair, Overhaul), based at Malta International Airport in Luqa, provides its customers with line and base maintenance services for short haul and long haul aircraft in the Airbus A320/A330/340/350 series. Initially specializing in C Checks and comprehensive aircraft modifications, the company has now significantly expanded its service portfolio following the construction of a 64,000 square meter hangar complex. The spectrum of services offered has grown to encompass extensive maintenance work with wide ranging capabilities including structural and composite fibre repairs, complex testing procedures and comprehensive cabin refits. The 600 strong workforce can work on up to three long haul aircraft or five medium and long haul aircraft at any one time in the new hangar complex, expanded to cater for wide body aircraft. The hangars are used primarily for C Checks and aircraft overhauls. Lufthansa Technik Malta also collaborates with the renowned Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology (MCAST) for the purpose of training and apprenticeship schemes. The strategically favorable location in the Mediterranean region of southern Europe, with its proximity to Africa and to the Arabian Peninsula, gives Lufthansa Technik Malta a special role within the Lufthansa Group. Twenty years after the company's founding and with more than 2,000 checks carried out, the high quality standards, cost efficiency and the shortest possible turnaround times places the Malta facility at the forefront of the MRO industry.
Lufthansa Group