Engine components overhaul

Sharp eyes for precious parts

Serviceable, repairable or scrap?

Alina has probably the keenest eyesight of all employees of within Lufthansa Technik Group. She always has to keep a very sharp eye on what she's doing: not only when she is inspecting engine parts but also when communicating with her colleagues by reading their lips. "I've always been interested in aviation, and dreamed of becoming a flight attendant. But with my hearing impairment this dream is difficult to realize. This is why I applied at Lufthansa Technik – now I keep aircraft flying," she says with a content smile. She is proud that her work examining engine components makes a contribution to keeping aircraft airworthy and technically flawless.

 

 

Depending on her findings she releases the parts for installation, forwards them for repair or an additional inspection or has them scrapped
Depending on her findings she releases the parts for installation, forwards them for repair or an additional inspection or has them scrapped 
Assessment

Check for damages and cracks

 

Paper and pen to the rescue

“I want to stay in the Lufthansa Technik Group for many more years, to follow developments, learn new things and also help shape our work.”

Alina, tool mechanic, Lufthansa Technik AERO Alzey

About

Alina Fomina

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Alina Fomina was trained as a tool mechanic in a special program for people with hearing impairments. After her examination she worked in engine maintenance in Hamburg, inspecting and diagnosing engine parts. Two years ago she moved to take a new position at Lufthansa Technik AERO Alzey near Frankfurt, Germany. A new challenge combined with being closer to her family made this a good choice for Alina.

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