FL Technics, a global provider of one-stop-shop aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul services, is further expanding its portfolio of engine management solutions by launching a new asset management support during engine lease and maintenance. The new service is mainly aimed at the company’s customers in the Middle East, the CIS and Asia Pacific.
FL Technics, a global provider of one-stop-shop aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul services, has announced the expansion of its presence in North America by establishing a representative office in Miami, Florida. The new office will facilitate direct communication with the company’s US-based suppliers thus optimizing the price of its services and enhancing the development of new products for FL Technics customers in Europe and Asia.
FL Technics Training, a global provider of aviation technical training services, continues expanding its already extensive list of clients from the rapidly emerging Southeast Asia. The company has signed a contract with SIA Engineering (Philippines), an MRO company with over 15 000 sq. m. of modern hangars in the Philippines.
FL Technics, a global provider of tailor-made aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul services, is delighted to announce it has successfully completed the necessary theoretical and practical training for execution of Airbus A330 maintenance. Having already purchased all the necessary equipment, the company is expecting to complete the certification by the end of 2015.
With industry representatives becoming increasingly concerned about rising maintenance costs and downtime due to unscheduled breakdown of machinery, predictive maintenance solutions are gaining traction. For instance, most MRO respondents of the latest survey conducted by Oliver Wyman shared they are currently investing in new technologies that use data to make better decisions, especially related to spares support processes. In fact, reports claim that adopting predictive maintenance through the use of data analysis can reduce maintenance budgets by 30-40%. Yet ways of thinking and business processes also must change.