On the 2nd of May, FL Technics signed exclusive agreements with the Polish carrier OLT Express Regional. The three-year $20 million worth agreements cover the full-scope of power-by-the-hour (PBH) support, as well as the wide range of line maintenance services for ten ATR 42/72 types of aircraft.
According to the signed agreements FL Technics will secure the OLT Express Regional fleet with the full component power-by-the-hour support, including stock positioning and management, pool-based access to rotables, as well as the spare parts logistics and transport services in Warsaw, Krakow and Gdansk. Along with the PBH support, FL Technics will also provide line maintenance services for ten OLT Express Regional ATR 42/72 types of aircraft in four airports, including John Paul II International Airport Kraków-Balice, ‘Solidarity’ Szczecin-Goleniów Airport, Poznan-Lawica Henryk Wieniawski Airport and Rzeszów-Jasionka Airport.
‘We are delighted to establish a new partnership with OLT Express Regional thus extending our cooperation with the Polish market players. We are also proud to see the increasing confidence from the airlines around the world in our top quality services which are the result of a long, hard and committed work of the whole FL Technics team. With three new stocks to be launched in Poland, FL Technics will ensure that the client receives any required spare parts or components support for an AOG-grounded aircraft within only 30 minutes,’ said FL Technics CEO Jonas Butautis.
FL Technics holds all the EASA certificates required for integrated narrow and wide body aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul services: EASA Part 145 (Maintenance Organisation Approval), EASA Part 147 (Maintenance Training and Examination Organisation Approval), EASA Part M (Continuing Airworthiness Management Organization Approval) and Part 21 (Design Organization Approval).