FL Technics is further expanding its cooperation with Asian Pacific carriers. Recently, the company has signed a three-year long Line Maintenance Agreement with Garuda Indonesia which is the national carrier of the world’s fourth most populous country located in Southeast Asia.
Under the contract, engineers from FL Technics Storm, part of FL Technics, shall support the carrier’s Boeing 777 aircraft with a comprehensive set of services, including daily and transit checks, defect rectification, AOG support and other line maintenance works. The support will be provided four times per week at one of the FL Technics line stations located at London Gatwick Airport (LGW).
“We are very proud of the confidence which Garuda Indonesia has placed in us byAsta Zirlyte, Head of FL Technics Line Maintenance Dep entrusting their Boeing 777s to our specialists. We see the latest agreement as a start of a long-lasting cooperation between FL Technics and one of the major Asian-Pacific airlines,” shares Asta Zirlyte, head of FL Technics Line Maintenance Business Unit. “Without any doubt, this is yet another important step towards our company’s further expansion in both the so called “traditional” and the booming emerging markets.”
Holding all the necessary EASA Part-145 (UK 145.01041 and LT 145.011) certificates, FL Technics operates an extensive network of Line Maintenance support stations across Europe, Asia Pacific and the CIS. Recently, the company has launched new Line Stations at Kaliningrad Khrabrovo International Airport (Russia), Oslo Gardermoen Airport (Norway) and Kutaisi International Airport (Georgia).