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  • 2017.08.22

    Flitetec appoints FL Technics as an exclusive representative in Europe and the CIS

    FL Technics, a global provider of one-stop-shop aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul services, has announced having signed an exclusive distribution agreement with Flitetec, an aircraft interior plastics manufacturer. As per contract, FL Technics shall represent the UK-based company in 21 countries across Central, Eastern Europe and the CIS. 

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  • 2017.08.10

    Storm Aviation introduces Airbus A320neo Leap-1A differences training

    UK-based Storm Aviation, one of the leading line maintenance and technical training service providers in Europe, has announced the launch of Airbus A320neo Leap-1A differences training courses. This brand-new training will start at London airports on the 11th of September, 2017.

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  • 2017.07.31

    FL Technics signs CAMO support agreement with Fly One

    FL Technics, a global provider of one-stop-shop aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul services, is delighted to share having started cooperation with Moldavian carrier Fly One. The MRO will support airline’s Airbus A320 fleet with variety of engineering services including CAMO.

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  • 2017.07.25

    Storm Aviation introduces Base Maintenance services

    Storm Aviation, one of the leading line maintenance and technical training service providers in Europe, has announced the launch of light base maintenance services at its headquarter facilities at London-Stansted airport. The UK Part-145 and Part-147 approved organization will provide base maintenance services such as large component change programs, modifications and equalized scheduled base maintenance up to 1C-Check level to operators of Airbus A320 family and Boeing 757 aircraft.

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  • 2017.06.28

    FL Technics Indonesia signs first base maintenance deal with Tri-M.G.

    Directorate General of Civil Aviation in Indonesia has recently granted FL Technics Indonesian branch, a global provider of integrated aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul services, with base maintenance approval AMO-145. Immediately after the approval, FL Technics Indonesia has announced signing C-check agreement for Tri-M.G.’s Boeing 737 CL. 

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  • 2017.06.19

    FL Technics and Future Metals to launch a joint spare parts stock in Europe

    FL Technics, a global provider of one-stop-shop aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul services, has expanded its cooperation with a leading supplier of aerospace metals and other materials – Future Metals – by agreeing to set up a stock of metal products in Vilnius, Lithuania. 

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  • 2017.05.30

    FL Technics becomes an approved supplier of Asiana, AirAsia X and 4 other Asian companies

    Asia’s leading airlines, including Asiana Airlines, AirAsia X, Nok Air, Bangkok Airways, T’way Airlines, and Indonesia’s GMF AeroAsia have awarded FL Technics, a global provider of one-stop-shop aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul services, with a status of an approved supplier of aircraft spare parts. 

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  • 2017.05.15

    FL Technics to provide full CAMO support to Nordavia’s Boeing 737 fleet

    FL Technics, a global provider of one-stop-shop aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul services, signed a CAMO support agreement with a Russian carrier Nordavia – Regional Airlines. FL Technics will provide full engineering support to the carrier’s Boeing 737 fleet.

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  • 2017.03.23

    FL Technics becomes a Commsoft authorized representative in Asia and other world regions

    FL Technics, a global provider of one-stop-shop aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul services, has become an authorized representative of the world leader in aviation engineering and maintenance software – Commsoft. FL Technics will promote the partner’s MRO IT system OASES in Asia Pacific, MENA and CIS regions, building on its established market presence. 

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  • 2017.03.13

    What does a lessor have to do with aircraft technical management?

    Over 40% of the world’s aircraft fleet is leased rather than owned by airlines, according to Boeing data. It is only natural that banks and other financial institutions play a major role in aircraft leasing, as these are high value assets that efficiently employ large amounts of capital and have a great ROI. However, while these companies are run by financial specialists, plane leasing still contains an aspect that falls outside of their area of expertise – and costs them millions. 

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