Baltic Aviation Academy

Baltic Aviation Academy

Baltic Aviation Academy is one of the leading aviation training organizations in Eastern Europe. We offer a wide range of aviation training courses, flying personnel solutions, consultancy and partnership in building individual flight and cabin crew careers.

FL Technics

FL Technics

FL Technics is the largest aircraft Maintenance and Repair Organisation (MRO) in the Baltic States, as well as one of the largest MRO companies in Eastern Europe and CIS countries.

FL Technics Jets

FL Technics Jets

FL Technics Jets provides aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul services (MRO) for business jets.

KlasJet

KlasJet

KlasJet is a European charter carrier, specializing in private and corporate charter flights as well as comprehensive aircraft management solutions. With own fleet of business jets based in Vilnius, Lithuania, as well as other airports across Russia, Eastern Europe and the CIS, ...

Baltic Ground Services

Baltic Ground Services

Baltic Ground Services (BGS) provides all standard passenger and aircraft ground handling services, baggage handling, aircraft cabin and exterior cleaning, cabin heating, de-icing, aircraft towing and pushback as well as other services.

Locatory.com

Locatory.com

Locatory.com is a 24/7 aircraft spare parts marketplace where the aviation industry meets to search, buy and sell spare aircraft parts, present their services and make new business connections in the easiest and most convenient way.

AviationCV.com

AviationCV.com

AviationCV.com offers effective aviation personnel solutions. We are here to help airlines and aviation professionals to get together for mutual business relations in a possibly shortest and most effective way.

Just last week, Sikorsky, one of the most renowned rotorcraft industry companies, was purchased by Lockheed for $9 billion. Previously, Sikorsky had startled the helicopter market by laying off almost 1400 workers due to a significant decline in oil & gas explorations around the globe. Back then, 80 per cent of all company sales came from offshore business and 90 [...]

Unarguably, aviation aftermarket today is a vital segment of the entire industry. Currently valued at over $28 billion dollars, it accounts for nearly half of the MRO market pie. Largely driven by the rapidly expanding global fleet, the development of spare parts market is now seen as a great area to squeeze some additional profit which is commonly scarce in [...]

Jet Maintenance Solutions (JET MS), a global provider of tailor-made MRO services for business and regional aviation, which formerly operated under FL Technics Jets brand, has announced receiving a new Bombardier Challenger 604/605 certificate which further extends its EASA Part-145 services. In addition, JET MS has already welcomed the first two Challenger 605 aircraft at its maintenance centre in Vilnius, [...]

Recently, McDonalds has announced its plans to open a high-end restaurant in Japan aiming to capitalize on the vast demand for luxurious products in Asian markets. Reportedly, locals now spend more than 50 billion Euros a year on luxury services and more than half of them feel it is important to openly demonstrate the luxury items they can afford. As [...]

FL Technics Jets, a global provider of tailor-made MRO services for business and regional aviation, is delighted to announce that the company has recently completed its brand renewal process by adopting a new name – Jet Maintenance Solutions (JET MS). The EASA Part-145 organisation will operate under the JET MS brand effective immediately.   The company representatives believe that the [...]

Today, MROs are faced with an unprecedented numbers of aircraft, which means that servicing the entire aviation industry has become more challenging than ever. As a result, wearable technologies have recently started to become essential components for the future of MRO. The availability of Android watches and Google Glass, despite them being commercial flops, allowed technologists to experiment with use [...]

The U.S. Department of Transportation has recently approved a highly criticised passenger data collection system that would allow airlines to collect and use customer information for the purpose of marketing different products and services at different prices. The European Commission has followed the path by introducing a law with regard to surveillance on all travellers’ data. These steps have prompted [...]

With the U.S. Congress refusal to prolong the authorization of the Export-Import Bank which has expired on 30th June, the U.S. aerospace giants and their foreign clients have lost major support in financing new deliveries. Though Ex-Im supporters refuse to give up the hope that the institution might be re-authorized by the end of July after all, some aviation industry [...]

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