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.

Jet Maintenance Solutions

Jet Maintenance Solutions

Jet Maintenance Solutions (JET MS) 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.

Aviation training centre BAA Training (Vilnius, Lithuania) launches webinar analyzing the most common lack of fuel situation. Video-based material is filmed in Boeing 737 CL full flight simulator showing various emergency settings followed by proper solutions. The webinar will be released on 2nd of April at 18:00 o’clock (UTC/GMT +2 hours) and will only be accessible to registered participants via [...]

Last week Embraer representatives spoke about their anticipation to significantly increase the sales rates of the company’s 70- and 76-seat regional jets in the U.S. market. The expected spike in demand for larger jets can be attributed to the diminishing popularity of the traditional 50-seaters among airlines. Another manufacturer – Bombardier Aerospace – also forecasts a significant shift towards larger [...]

At its heart, aircraft maintenance is a complex interface between machine components and the trained professionals who service them. It is only fitting then that reducing the scope of errors that coincides with such a system would be a topical concern for industry players across the world. Indeed, whether it be through engineering advancements or changes in industry oversight, there [...]

Narrowing supply stocks and the near-absence of aircraft for disassembly have sparked a worldwide shortage in aftermarket parts for the Boeing 777. In a confounding turn of events, B777 operators are resorting to part exchange options and expensive AOG orders as a result of untimely shortages in the stockpiles for major part suppliers. With the list of clients for Boeing’s [...]

Aviation training centre BAA Training (Lithuania) in cooperation with Aviacom Inc. conducted seminar and workshop for pilots on 2nd-3rd of March at Delhi Flying Club, New Delhi (India). The jointly organized event was dedicated for both beginners and advanced pilots, where they got an opportunity to receive all pilot profession-related information and learn the first steps in order to lay [...]

On the 8th of March, 1910, Baroness Raymonde de Laroche became the first woman to obtain a pilot license. Later in 1914, Eugenie Shakhovskaya became the first female military pilot in the world. At the dawn of the 20th century few women had received the opportunity to take hold of their dream to fly. But a lot has changed over [...]

A skills exodus has long been a constrictive factor affecting emerging markets. Indeed, there are few industries where the impact has been more profound than that of aviation in developing nations. While the issue has been covered a number of times in the case of pilots – equally pressing is that which has brought upheaval to the maintenance sector. For [...]

Which way now? This is the question beckoning business jet manufacturers as 2012 unveiled yet another year of stagnant growth in aircraft sales. Annual sales figures from last year suggest a flat result over 2011, with an aggregate 675 jet deliveries – barely half the number sold five years ago. However, despite the slump in demand attributed to the current [...]

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