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.

The aviation training centre BAA Training (Vilnius, Lithuania) is set to take part in the 1st ASEAN Aviation Training & Education summit 2013 (AATES) hosted in Jakarta, Indonesia on the 22nd – 23rd of January. AATES 2013 will focus on the issues related to HR shortage in the civil aviation industry. The key objective of the summit is to establish [...]

As an industry at the forefront of progression, it perhaps comes as no surprise that last year marked the safest year for aviation since 1945. Indeed, conducive to the diminishing rate of air accidents over the past fifteen years, the trend was bolstered in 2012 with a comparatively lower figure of 23 fatal airliner accidents, amassing to 475 fatalities plus [...]

For some time now, the growing practicality of smartphones and tablet computers has eased the legacy of cumbersome documentation for both pilots and airline operators alike. Indeed, the accession of mobile apps to business technologies has in no way bypassed civil aviation. A simple search will yield an abundance of different apps, each claiming to offer an enhanced solution or [...]

SimHelp, a ‘one-stop-shop brand for full flight simulators’ operators, started partnership with B&G Instruments Inc. According to the agreement, B&G Instruments Inc. will be providing SimHelp clients with repair services of the full flight simulators instruments, modified aircraft instruments, real aircraft instruments as well as electronic and electrical accessories. ‘We are glad to add a new service line into the [...]

In the scope of both civil and military aviation, the global helicopter market is set to maintain the tenacious growth it has experienced over the past five years. Indeed, current forecasts suggest that by 2017 the industry will be worth an estimated $24.7 billion. Underlying the surge in demand for new rotorcraft has been the broadened appetite for helicopter use [...]

BAA Training presents the first webinar dedicated to persons of various age who are considering to become commercial aviation pilots. The webinar entitled ‘Occupation: pilot. What exactly does it mean?’ will be released on the 8th of January (Tuesday) at 15:00 UTC/GMT time. After the series of four webinars designed for individuals already experienced in piloting, BAA Training takes an [...]

In 2011 the Russian Ministry of Transport introduced new requirements for commercial aircraft, according to which all the soviet-era Yak-40s, Tu-134s and An-24s with no Terrain Awareness Warning System (TAWS) installed had to be grounded. Additionally, for quite a while now operators from Russia and the CIS have been continuously phasing out their old and inefficient Soviet airplanes. For instance, [...]

With low-cost carriers encroaching on ever more markets, the profitability of traditional airlines will continue to remain under threat. Recent years have seen the worst of this shift, with flag carriers in Europe struggling to keep afloat and Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection befalling a number of their American counterparts. Indeed, ensuring the long-term survival of these legacy carriers will require [...]

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