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History

 
1963:
Foundation of AIR LLOYD in Cologne, setting out with maintenance work on own helicopters

1970:
Relocation to the present Sankt Augustin site at aerodrome Bonn-Hangelar (EDKB)

1981:
“Maintenance and repair” of helicopters added to the company’s purpose

1983:
Start of servicing ADAC Luftrettung’s air-rescue helicopters

1992:
ADAC takes a share in Air Lloyd’s LTB. ALT – Air Lloyd Luftfahrt Technik GmbH becomes an independent maintenance operation

1992:
Opening of new maintenance premises at Halle-Oppin aerodrome (EDAQ)

1993:
Opening of new maintenance premises at Landshut aerodrome (EDML)

1996:
ADAC e.V., Munich acquires 100 p. c. of ALT

2003:
Projecting of a new building at Bonn-Hangelar and purchase of the required real estate

2006:
Constructing of an own helicopter hangar incl. office building at Bonn-Hangelar aerodrome

2007:
Renaming of Air Lloyd Luftfahrt Technik as ADAC Luftfahrt Technik and relocation to the new servicing premises at aerodrome BonnHangelar , Sankt Augustin.

Introduction of new ERP software „Ramco Aviation Solutions“

2008:
Approval of own Part 21 operation by EASA

2010:
Due to an increased order volume, an increasing number of employees and, particularly, driven by new EASA and LBA regulatory specifications (QS, CAMO, Personal, Part 21, IT etc.), ALT extends the building at Bonn-Hangelar aerodrome

2011:
ALT becomes service centre for MD helicopters

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