At this year's MRO Europe in Amsterdam, AVIATAR is presenting three
new apps, further expanding its range of digital MRO products and
services. Ten partners and customers are now working with AVIATAR and
over 1,000 aircraft are live on the platform to benefit from
optimization of aircraft availability, reduced consequential costs
and safer as well as more reliable fleet operations.

"partsMate" and "marc" are two new app developments that offer a
simplified overview of material availability of certain components
worldwide and save time and effort, especially in time-critical

partsMate grants partners access to a pool of certified components
and so enables airlines to simplify their material inventory
management and share available parts with others online through loan
and exchange transactions. The tool improves material availability,
optimizes inventory levels and reduces capital lockup and overall

marc (major asset realtime components)
marc offers the transparent online localization of particularly large
spare parts such as inlet cowls, thrust reversers and radomes
worldwide. There are only a few of these components on the market,
which up to now has made the search complicated and time-consuming.
Offers for urgently needed components can be obtained directly in the
application. In addition to more common components, marc includes
serviceable parts for Airbus A350, A320neo, Boeing 747-8 and 787.

APU Health Management
With the new app, AVIATAR offers its own full-blown application,
generated from specific APU performance reports as part of Aircraft
Condition Monitoring Systems. The detailed analyses can significantly
reduce maintenance costs and increase aircraft availability

Lutthansa Technik has established AVIATAR as an open and neutral
aviation platform for international cooperation so that airlines,
component manufacturers, other MRO providers and leasing companies
are in control over their data and can use common interfaces based on
a digital twin despite competition.

AVIATAR's cloud-based infrastructure ensures the highest level of
data security in accordance with European data protection
requirements for customers' and partners' data, including personal
data. A Software Development Kit (SDK) is available to all airlines
and potential partners to develop their own applications.

From 17th to 18th October, Lufthansa Technik will present AVIATAR at
its booth (#3042) at MRO Europe in Amsterdam. Experts from Lufthansa
Technik's Digital Fleet Solutions division will be available for
detailed information. Further information can also be found at or