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.

In 2011 the European authorities have decided to include the air transportation industry in the Emissions Trading System (ETS), by enforcing airlines to pay for the aircraft CO2 emissions. However, the new regulation which is designed to reduce the pollution caused by airlines by almost 50% till 2020 has been greeted controversially by other market players. China has even decided [...]

The new Boeing Dreamliner which costs over USD 200 million is made out of composite materials. Two thirds of its aluminium body parts were traded for components, produced from a new, much lighter material – carbon reinforced plastic. Part of the Boeing 777 tail is produced from carbon fibre – the material that Airbus has been using in its aircraft [...]

The aviation training centre BAA Training has confirmed its plans to create a documentary entitled ‘3 Planes – 6 Countries – 2400 Kilometres’ which will commemorate the light-weight plane flight from Italy to Lithuania. The actual filming is to be started on the 8th of May when the 3 newly constructed Tecnam test flights will be launched in Italy. The [...]

AviationCV.com has announced, that the period during which all candidates could apply for the 2012 Cadet Program of Type and Line Training for pilots is now over. The program, which was launched just 6 months ago, has attracted an unanticipated number of applicants from the entire Europe thus confirming the utmost importance of such projects for the aviation industry. The [...]

On the 23-24th of May Vilnius, Lithuania is to host its first largest international aviation conference held Eastern Europe. The event, entitled ‘MRO Regional: Eastern Europe, Baltics and Russia’, has already exceeded the expectations of its organizers. The two-day long conference will be attended by the representatives of more than 200 top global aviation companies from 34 countries. ‘The interest [...]

On the 2nd of May, FL Technics, a global provider of integrated aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul services, signed exclusive agreements with the Polish carrier OLT Express Regional. The three-year $20 million worth agreements cover the full-scope of power-by-the-hour (PBH) support, as well as the wide range of line maintenance services for ten ATR 42/72 types of aircraft. According to [...]

According to the industry experts, airlines worldwide will spend approx. $49-51 billion on the aircraft maintenance this year. Due to their unpredictable nature, the AOG-related expenses will naturally play a significant part in the overall MRO costs. As every AOG hour burdens an airline’s budget even more, it is essential for carriers to have 24/7 accessibility to spare parts in [...]

In February 2012 the LOT London-Warsaw flight was grounded due to the ‘over 60’ pilots who should have operated the aircraft. Though the ICAO regulations state that pilots are allowed to operate an aircraft up till the age 65, still the global aviation society doesn’t have a unanimous approach to the issue. For many decades pilots from many countries around [...]

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