FL Technics Training, a global provider of aircraft technical maintenance training services, continues to expand its capabilities by introducing the new Boeing 757-200 (PW2000) aircraft type training program. The program is certified by the Lithuanian Civil Aviation Administration in accordance with the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Part-147 requirements.

The newly launched Part-147 Boeing 757-200 (PW2000) aircraft type training course entitled the ‘Boeing 757-200 (PW2000) B1.1 Theoretical Training Course Program’ is a theoretical course on how to maintain aircraft fuselage, engines, their components and etc.

‘On our way towards becoming the major aircraft maintenance training centre in Eastern Europe we have recently significantly expanded our training geography, as well as the list of aircraft type training courses taught at the centre. FL Technics Training offers its clients a wide range of training programs, including the type training for the most popular aircraft types such as Airbus A320, Boeing 737, regional and wide-body aircraft, as well as for many other not so popular, but still in service, aircraft types,’ commented the Deputy Head of FL Technics Training Dainius Sakalauskas.

Boeing 757-200 is a part of the popular Boeing 757/767 aircraft family. The 757 is one of only seven aircraft models in the world the manufactured number of which exceeds 1000. Currently 1030 Boeing 757s is being operated by airlines worldwide.

In a single year FL Technics Training trains 2000 new technical maintenance specialists who, according to the EASA Part-147 requirements, deepen their knowledge by attending basic maintenance training, aircraft type training and specialized training courses. The company offers comprehensive training services including basic training and examination, aircraft type training and specialized training for aircraft maintenance technicians as well as administrative and management personnel. FL Technics Training also offers training programs for Airbus A318/A319/A320/A321, Airbus A380/340/330, ATR 42 – 200/300, ATR 72 – 100/200, Boeing 737 – 300/400/500, Boeing 737 – 600/700/800/900, Boeing 757 – 200, Boeing 767 – 200/300, Boeing 747/777/767, Saab – 340, Saab – 2000 and Bombardier CL-600-2B19 technical maintenance specialists.

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