FL Technics Engine Services quick turn shop opens door
FL Technics, Maintenance, Repair, and Operations (MRO) organization, announced that its daughter company FL Technics Engine Services has received Part-145 approval from the Transport Competency Agency of Republic of Lithuania (TCA) approved by the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) for its engine MRO quick turn activities. The new facility will provide airlines, lessors, and asset management organizations with high-quality tailor-made solutions for aircraft engine life cycle optimization.
The quick turn engine shop will allow customers to optimize their engines’ Time on Wing (ToW), simultaneously optimizing and minimizing costs using the full scope of FL Technics Engine Services and FL Technics one-stop MRO services. This brand new fully authorized 3-bay quick-turn activities engine shop will cover three main generations of CFM International CFM56 engines namely CFM56-3, CFM56-5B, and CFM56-7B that power the Boeing 737 Classic, Airbus A320ceo and Boeing 737 Next Generation (NG) aircraft families, respectively. FL Technics Engine Services is the first approved Part-145 Engine Maintenance Organization for Turbofan Commercial Engine Repair in Lithuanian History.
“The main advantage of the quick turn activities engine shop is that it can offer and deliver tailor-made solutions to customers, allowing fixing specific engine defects using the full-power synergy of OEM Special Procedures and FL Technics Engine Services and FL Technics engine asset management experience. Being located in Kaunas with strong integration to FL Technics base maintenance hangars, warehouses, and the logistic infrastructure, FL Technics Engine Services will be able to fix engine problems significantly faster,” stated Valerij Deveikis, the Chief Executive Officer of FL Technics Engine Services.
“FL Technics is extremely pleased with the addition of the brand new fully authorized engine shop. This is a great strategic development for FL Technics and its Kaunas infrastructure. We have significant plans and ideas to improve FL Technics Engine Services and extend business’ capabilities in the near future,” said Zilvinas Lapinskas, the Chief Executive Officer of FL Technics.
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