- Published: Monday, 26 October 2015 08:06
FL Technics Training, a global provider of aviation technical training services, continues expanding its already extensive list of clients from the rapidly emerging Southeast Asia. The company has signed a contract with SIA Engineering (Philippines), an MRO company with over 15 000 sq. m. of modern hangars in the Philippines.
Under the reached agreement, SIAEP engineers have undergone 8 weeks of training comprised of theoretical as well as practical courses. FL Technics Training (Part-147 certified training organization) specialists conducted Boeing 737 – 600/700/800/900 category B1 and category B2 theoretical training courses for a group of ten technical maintenance professionals at the SIAEP headquarters in Clark International Airport, located in the Philippine town of Angeles.
- Published: Wednesday, 14 October 2015 06:47
FL Technics, a global provider of tailor-made aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul services, is delighted to announce it has successfully completed the necessary theoretical and practical training for execution of Airbus A330 maintenance. Having already purchased all the necessary equipment, the company is expecting to complete the certification by the end of 2015.
“FL Technics estimates there are almost 150 Airbus A330 aircraft operated in Europe alone. Therefore, as maintenance of wide-body aircraft is not as seasonal as that of the narrow-bodies, the latest expansion of capabilities will allow the company to keep it’s current and upcoming facilities full all year round,” shares Zilvinas Lapinskas, the CEO of FL Technics.
- Published: Tuesday, 13 October 2015 08:57
With industry representatives becoming increasingly concerned about rising maintenance costs and downtime due to unscheduled breakdown of machinery, predictive maintenance solutions are gaining traction. For instance, most MRO respondents of the latest survey conducted by Oliver Wyman shared they are currently investing in new technologies that use data to make better decisions, especially related to spares support processes. In fact, reports claim that adopting predictive maintenance through the use of data analysis can reduce maintenance budgets by 30-40%. Yet ways of thinking and business processes also must change.
Today airlines can perform predictive maintenance much more effectively because new aircraft yield more data, and the tools for exploiting it have improved dramatically.
- Published: Monday, 05 October 2015 07:24
FL Technics, a global provider of one-stop-shop aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul services, is delighted to announce having further expanded its operations. The company has recently added Sukhoi Superjet 100-95 (RRJ-95) aircraft type to its Engineering and Continuing Airworthiness Management capabilities. A relevant addendum to the company’s EASA Part M certificate has been already issued by the European aviation authorities.
From now on, FL Technics specialists are eligible to support SSJ100 operators and owners with a complete range of aircraft engineering services, including Airworthiness Directive (AD) and Service Bulletin (SB) compliance control and implementation, aircraft maintenance programme development, technical records management, aircraft damage assessment and mapping, reliability monitoring, production of maintenance work packages, aircraft audits, etc.
- Published: Wednesday, 30 September 2015 08:56
FL Technics Training, a global provider of aviation technical training services, is delighted to announce that its EASA-compliant Online Training™ platform has further expanded its functionality. From now on, having completed a training course, the company‘s corporate and individual customers will be able to take an online exam before actually receiving the certificate. The new feature is currently available for Fuel Tank Safety (Phase 2) course.
Upon the completion of courses with the new functionality, students are presented with the opportunity to pass the examination online. This feature can be accessed by simply pushing the button “Start”.
- Published: Monday, 28 September 2015 08:35
FL Technics, a global provider of one-stop-shop aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul solutions, has announced expanding to the African market. The company has recently signed a new base maintenance agreement with one of the largest carriers in Libya – Afriqiyah Airways (AAW). According to the contract, FL Technics shall carry out the necessary maintenance checks for the carrier’s Airbus aircraft.
The first Airbus A320 owned by Afriqiyah Airways is already stationed at the FL Technics hangar in Kaunas, Lithuania. Under the terms and conditions of the agreement, the aircraft will undergo an A- as well as C-Checks comprised of functional and operational system inspection, the necessary repair, overhaul and exchange of internal components, the inspection and repair of aircraft structure and composite elements, NDT, seat repairs, defect rectification, etc.