Press Releases

Growing popular engine support requirements to increase demand for technical training


CFM56 family remains one of the most popular engine types both globally and regionally. Even as CFM is preparing to start the transition towards the next-generation LEAP family, it continues to look at upgrades to the current popular models. This means that as the deliveries of the newer generation aircraft accelerate, support requirements for the trusty CFM56 will continue to grow and develop. However, will the MROs be able to follow?

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FL Technics Training launches online EASA-compliant courses platform


FL Technics Training, a global provider of aviation technical training services, continues to successfully expand the range of its services by launching Online Training™, an Internet-based platform providing online EASA-compliant courses.

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FL Technics to support Garuda Indonesia at Gatwick Airport


FL Technics, a global provider of tailor-made aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul services, is further expanding its cooperation with Asian Pacific carriers. Recently, the company has signed a three-year long Line Maintenance Agreement with Garuda Indonesia which is the national carrier of the world’s fourth most populous country located in Southeast Asia

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Narrowbody aircraft MRO: is undercapacity on the horizon?


With the prospect of new single-aisle jets to replace B737s and A320s still at least 15 years away, the heavy maintenance industry is preparing to offer continued support for the existing fleet. As a result, in the 2014 the airframe MRO of Airbus’ and Boeing’s popular jets will account for over $7 billion worldwide. However, due to rapidly increasing demand for heavy maintenance of these aircraft, the MRO industry is equivocal about the actual capacity it can offer, especially as concerns adequate supply of qualified workforce to handle the work.

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FL Technics Training signs a technical training agreement with Aeroman


FL Technics Training, a global provider of aviation technical training services, is delighted to announce the signing of a cooperation agreement with Aeroman, the Latin America’s leading MRO provider. According to the agreement, FL Technics Training will support the Salvadoran MRO provider with the introduction of Boeing 737 NG aircraft type to its capabilities and other aviation training courses.

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