• 2015.07.16

    Storm Aviation launches Airbus A380 training for MRO staff at its new dedicated training facility

    UK based Storm Aviation, one of the leading providers of line maintenance and technical training services in Europe, is delighted to announce the launch of brand new Airbus A380 B1&B2 technical training as well as General Familiarisation courses, available for both private and corporate customers. In addition, the UK Part-145 and Part-147 organization has opened a new group for Airbus A320 B1&B2 and General Familiarisation students.

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  • 2014.10.02

    The ins and outs of importing rare/AOG components to Russia

    During the first 8 months of 2014 Russian airlines carried more than 63 million passengers and 658 thousand tons of cargo and mail, reports the Federal Air Transport Agency of Russia. These numbers suggest that the Russian aviation market is developing steadily. As a result, the share of foreign-made aircraft and the need for spare parts in the country are increasing with every year.

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  • 2014.07.17

    FL Technics to support Garuda Indonesia at Gatwick Airport

    FL Technics, a global provider of tailor-made aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul services, is further expanding its cooperation with Asian Pacific carriers. Recently, the company has signed a three-year long Line Maintenance Agreement with Garuda Indonesia which is the national carrier of the world’s fourth most populous country located in Southeast Asia.

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  • 2014.05.20

    FL Technics Line Russia wins “Russia’s Leader 2013” award

    FL Technics, a global provider of comprehensive aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul services, is proud to announce that one of its subsidiaries – FL Technics Line Russia – was recognised as the Russia’s Leader 2013, according to the Union of the National Business Ratings. The company was rated as #1 in the “Transport and inventory wholesale” category.

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  • 2014.05.15

    Saudi aviation liberalization must be supported by higher safety standards

    Enjoying the largest domestic market in the Middle East, the aviation industry in Saudi Arabia still hasn’t managed to replicate the rapid growth of its GCC neighbours because of the regulatory impediments. Nevertheless, as a result of the long-awaited reform, the GACA expects Saudi annual traffic to reach 100 million passengers per year by 2020. However, the increasing scope of operations still presents a lot of challenges, including those regarding aviation safety standards.

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  • 2014.04.30

    Increasing composite application to raise HR-related MRO expenses

    Spurred by high fuel costs and the need to cut weight, the aviation industry has seen the use of composites reach an all-time high. With the introduction of Boeing 787, Airbus A350, A320neo, 737MAX and other new generation aircraft, the MRO industry is currently gearing up to service an increasing number of airliners employing a much higher share of composite materials than they represented some 20 years ago.

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  • 2014.04.15

    China's declining competitiveness opens new opportunities for younger market players

    In order to compete with powerful OEMs many engine and component MROs must concentrate on developing innovative solutions and seek new ways to increase efficiency. Most airframe providers, however, seem to be faced with no such challenges. According to the recent projections, the value of the global airframe MRO market is to reach $17.5 billion in 2014. This indicates a stable and sustainable growth within the segment.

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  • 2014.03.31

    FL Technics Training joins European Aviation Maintenance Training Committee

    FL Technics, a global provider of aviation technical training services, is delighted to announce its acceptance to become a member of the European Aviation Maintenance Training Committee (EAMTC). By joining the EAMTC the company has expressed its commitment towards supporting the organization on its mission to promote European aviation safety standards through training both regionally and globally.

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  • 2014.03.31

    The popularity of narrowbody aircraft to increase the demand for modernization

    During the last few years the global aviation industry has demonstrated an impressive growth thus naturally prompting the development of the aircraft maintenance market. TeamSAI forecasts that this year the global MRO market will be worth approximately $60 billion and should reach almost $90 billion by 2024. The airframe MRO segment is expected to account for about $18 billion whilst around $9 billion are to be spent on maintaining narrowbody aircraft alone.

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  • 2013.12.05

    FL Technics to launch Line Stations in Ukraine, Georgia and Libya

    FL Technics, a global provider of tailor-made solutions for aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul, successfully develops its Line Maintenance support network by launching two new Line Stations in Lviv, Ukraine and Kutaisi, Georgia. The company also plans to open a Line Station in Benghazi, the second largest city in Libya.

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