Aviation startup business, launched on the eve of the pandemic, has just proven the capacity to grow, in terms of operations and quality. FL Technics Engine Services has recently received ISO EN 9110:2018 approval, certifying teams’ operations to serve CFM family engines at full scale, including repair, replacement, installation, rectification, and preservation services.
Provided at the FL Technics base maintenance and hub painting location, such service creates a unique value for aviation operators and lessors to leverage benefits, with an opportunity to align business interests. Would it be a full-scale aircraft remarketing project, or a partial asset management case.
Lithuania-based quick-turn engine shop has proven its capabilities to deliver projects, ranging from minor repairs to through-out inspections and overhaul work packs, at a global level, both in terms of quality and capacity. With flexible and exquisite support from FL Technics, including services of asset management, trading, and logistics, the team is ready to tackle projects of any size.
by End User (OEM, Aftermarket), Material (Composites, Alloys, Stainless Steel), Product, Engine Type (Turbofan, Turboprop, Turboshaft), Aircraft Type and RegionDownload free sample pages
Valerij Deveikis, CEO at FL Technics Engine Services, commented the achievement: “Business development is based on resilience and ability to focus on prospects, despite the circumstances. That is the case demonstrated by our team at FL Technics Engine Services, who has proven excellence and expertise in aircraft engines’ maintenance during 2021 and has been awarded with ISO EN 9110:2018 certification. This is a solid proof of capacity and capabilities we possess for future development in 2022 and beyond.”
Source: FL Technics
Date: Jan 28, 2022
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