FL Technics has become the first sole independent AMO service provider at Abu Dhabi Terminal A.
The MRO provider will offer a comprehensive suite of GCAA-certified AMO solutions to airlines operating from the hub.
Operating from Terminal A, FL Technics will leverage its position to offer a wide array of AMO services focused on the narrowbody (NB) commercial aircraft operating in the region.
Zilvinas Lapinskas, chief executive of FL Technics, said: “Just as the launch of the new Terminal A earlier last month was a strategic milestone for the United Arab Emirates and, in fact, for the entire GCC aviation industry, this development is important for FL Technics to mark a new stage of our growth in the region and establishing the leading position as an independent AMO, certified by the GCAA and trusted by our partners.
“I’m proud of our team’s commitment to continuous development to meet the ever-growing demand from airlines and lessors.”
With a proven history in delivering reliable and cost-effective MRO global solutions, FL Technics is well-equipped to cater to the diverse needs of airlines operating from Abu Dhabi.
From routine line maintenance to specialised maintenance tasks, FL Technics offers a full spectrum of services, and establishing operations at Abu Dhabi Terminal A is backed by sustainable existing and future business developments as well as successful operations, including partnerships with Wizz Air and Saudia Airlines, to which FL Technics provides (respectively) line and base maintenance solutions.
FL Technics states that its presence at Abu Dhabi Terminal A serves as a gateway to regional expansion, as the company looks forward to building enduring partnerships with airlines from the Middle East, Europe, Africa and Asia, offering them the benefits of its extensive capabilities, efficient operations, and commitment to excellence.
FL Technics anticipates a dynamic future as the exclusive independent AMO provider at Abu Dhabi Terminal A and beyond with projected expansion of the capabilities, including additional aircraft types, such as Boeing B737 NG fitted, with CFM56 engines and B737 MAX aircraft.
Furthermore, the company is set to extend its capacity looking into the first quarter of 2024, by becoming an EASA certified organisation, transferring all aircraft capabilities currently approved by GCAA.
FL Technics is part of Avia Solutions Group, the world’s largest ACMI (aircraft, crew, maintenance, and insurance) provider with more than 197 aircraft fleet.
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