Aeroflot Technics, an aircraft maintenance and repair provider (part of the Aeroflot Group), has opened a linear maintenance station at Mineralnye Vody Airport.
The new station is part of the planned expansion of the geography of Aeroflot Technics presence in the regional areas of Russia and will allow for operational maintenance of narrow-body airliners Airbus A320, Boeing 737NG and Superjet 100.
The linear station has passed the certification of aviation authorities, is equipped with “modern material and technical base and is staffed by highly qualified specialists with the necessary permits for various types of routine maintenance,” the company said in a press release.
The engineering and technical staff of the Aeroflot Technics line station will provide technical support for the arrival and departure of flights of Aeroflot Group airlines, as well as a number of other Russian air carriers.
Together with the new station, the total number of Aeroflot Technics in Russian cities has reached 15. Due to this, the provider retains the status of the largest domestic network of linear aircraft maintenance stations from Kaliningrad to Kamchatka.