Avia Solutions Group News
FL Technics Jets continues to expand its production capabilities by introducing technical maintenance services for Hawker BAe-125 series NLG/MLG aircraft wheels and brakes.
The Federal Air Transportation Agency of the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation has granted the business jets line and base maintenance company FL Technics Jets the certificate allowing to serve aircraft registered in the Russian Federation. According to the certificate, FL Technics Jets can now provide line and base maintenance services for business jets in the region.
The AviationCV.com Pilot Training/Educational Cadet Program and the Line Training Program have already been joined by 9 pilots from Portugal, Spain, Italy, France, Germany, the Great Britain and the Netherlands. The programs will not only enable pilots to gain the B737 CL or A320 type of qualification and more than 500 hours of flying experience but will also allow them to enjoy a pilot career in airlines for at least 6 years. Another 200 candidates are waiting for the next screening to begin.
According to Locatory.com, in the next two decades the global MRO revenue should increase from USD 40 to 100 billion. Although today the Asian Pacific region accounts for a fifth of the entire market, the MRO industry in China and India grows by on average 8% per year. Passenger flows have already reached 700 million annually. Therefore, with the expected 11 thousand new aircraft within the next 20 years, the number of air passengers should grow to 2 billion. The number of low cost airlines is expected to increase accordingly (by 50%). However, the optimistic growth scenario is still being clouded by increasing costs attributed to unscheduled aircraft downtimes.
Gediminas Ziemelis, the Chairman of the Board at Avia Solutions Group shares his ideas on how to select the right A320 NEO engine: ’Airlines should take into consideration the following: company’s past and current cooperation experience with engine manufacturers, aircraft fleet phase-in and phase-out plans and general strategy, route network optimization, fuel suppliers, MRO providers and independent engine maintenance experts. Proper combination of these factors will help airlines to achieve the best possible balance between operational reliability, fuel efficiency and exploitation expenses, regardless which type of a new generation engine they choose.’
Aircraft technical maintenance training organization FL Technics Training has introduced a new course for the future Bombardier CL-600-2B19 family aircraft maintenance specialists. The process of certification authorizing the company to organize Bombardier CL-600-2B19 technical maintenance type training courses in accordance with the European Aviation Safety Administration (EASA) Part 147 requirements was completed by the Lithuanian Civil Aviation Administration in February, 2012.