FL Technics expands maintenance partnership with Europe Airpost
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FL Technics expands maintenance partnership with Europe Airpost

An integrated aircraft Maintenance and Repair Organisation (MRO) FL Technics has recently extended its partnership with Europe Airpost to provide maintenance services for the airline's 3 Boeing 737 CL aircraft.

FL Technics will perform comprehensive heavy maintenance services, including but not limited to C and D checks, components supply, and corrosion prevention programs. The first Europe Airpost's Boeing reached FL Technics base maintenance facility in Vilnius last week and the next one is expected immediately after service completion of the first one.


"We have had a strong relationship with Europe Airpost since 2010 when Europe Airpost entrusted FL Technics with the provision of maintenance services for its cargo Boeing 737. This extended cooperation will further bolster FL Technics presence in Europe, which has substantially grown in recent years." - commented the CEO of FL Technics Jonas Butautis.

According to J.Butautis, FL Technics has one of the strongest team of Boeing aircraft experts, and the price/quality ratio allows the company to be very competitive in both Western and Eastern European markets.

Based in Vilnius International Airport, FL Technics is one of the of the largest integrated aircraft support and maintenance providers in Eastern Europe, the CIS and the Baltic States. Certified under EASA Part 145, Part 147 and Part M FL Technics provides integrated technical services for Airbus A320, Boeing 737 CL, Boeing 737 NG, Boeing 757, SAAB, ATR 42/72, Bombardier CRJ and Embraer 145 types of aircraft. The company offers line and base maintenance solutions in its main technical facilities in Lithuania and Ukraine as well as nine other line stations operating 24/7. The recently acquired British line maintenance company Storm Aviation Limited will further expand FL Technics capabilities. By the end of 2012 the company is expected to operate 24 line stations across Europe and the CIS.

Source : FL Technics

Published on ASDNews: Sep 15, 2011

 

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