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KlasJet makes Big Bang in business aviation

European business aviation company KlasJet has finished 2018 with a big bang. The company has extended its fleet with three Boeing 737-500s. Growth of the fleet is one of the cornerstones of KlasJet’s strategic goals in 2019. New aircraft enable the company to further extend bespoke services and experiences, tailored to sophisticated customer’s needs. Expansion is set to continue in 20...

Go2Sky to be maintained by FL Technics

FL Technics, a global provider of integrated aircraft maintenance, repair & overhaul services, has announced signing the contract with Go2Sky for the line maintenance services in Vilnius airport for their Boeing 737NG.  Go2Sky will fly on behalf of GetJet who took over Small Planet Airlines contracts. Based at Milan Rastislav Stefanik airport in Bratislava (Slovakia), Go2Sky...

Lithuanian Air Force renews Dauphin HCare Infinite contract

Fleet of three AS365 N3+ has achieved 97% average availability over three years The Lithuanian Air Force (LAF) has renewed its HCare Infinite material management contract for its fleet of three Dauphin AS365 N3+ search and rescue (SAR) helicopters following achievement of 97% average fleet availability over a three-year period. These helicopters entered service performing SAR...

LOT Won the Contest of the Business Flight from Vilnius to London

From the spring of the next year, LOT Polish Airlines will be flying passengers from Vilnius to one of the world's largest financial centres in London City, after winning the international public contest of Lithuanian Airports. The purpose of this unique contest was to remove the geographical barrier between the business communities of Lithuania and the United Kingdom, and help promote investm...

New initiative of Lithuanian Airports opens additional opportunities for national business and tourism

Generating changes through joint efforts. This is what the new initiative introduced by Lithuanian Airports targets at. Blitz sessions is the name given to the project for attracting new airlines and routes when joint efforts of government institutions, municipality organisations, entrepreneurs associations and separate enterprises are directed towards attracting the most necessary routes for busi...

Popular Private Jet Modifications – Jet MS Prepares Private Jets for the Future

Every year, business jet operators spend significant amounts of their budgets on various upgrades. If those upgrades are related to avionics and retrofits, the amounts quickly become significant. Modifications to power plants, cabin systems, exteriors, and interiors can double or triple the money spent on upgrades.  There is no doubt that for many owners the most popular modifications are...

Annual Aviation Industry Awards 2018: winners announced

On September 26th, 2018 Annual Aviation Industry Awards announced the best-in-class companies and initiatives in commercial aviation industry. The winners were chosen by over 70 000 worldwide voters, who cast their voice in the competition. The Awards ceremony was a part of a major aviation event AIR Convention 2018 - one of the biggest gatherings of aviation leaders and influencers, organized in...

Lufthansa group chooses FL Technics for 28 Airbus 320s

After several ad-hoc maintenance projects, FL Technics, a global provider of integrated aircraft maintenance, repair, and overhaul services, has signed a long-termjoint contract with Lufthansa group companies (network and point-to-point airlines)for MRO services.  The firstaircraft is scheduled for maintenance at the beginning of October2018 in Vilnius (Lithuania) and will be fol...

FL TECHNICS lands Comair Limited as a new client

FL Technics, a global provider of integrated aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul services, has announced the signing of an agreement withComair Limited, a private domestic airline operator in the Republic of South Africa listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE).  Comair Limited is a South African aviation and travel company, offering scheduled and non-scheduled airline service...

Minimizing crash risks: can tech make aviation safer?

The never-ceasing technology quest keeps shaping the landscape of aviation. Transforming existing payment technologies, exploring the vista of cryptocurrencies use, fostering artificial intelligence and augmented reality are just a few of recent developments that are aimed to improve aviation safety by focusing on what human mind cannot ensure – but progressive tech conceivably can. ...

Effects of Beating the Summer Heat with Electricity

Have you switched on your air conditioner yet? If so, you are one of the millionsaround the world. Have you noticed any issues with your power flickering or even going out? Again, if so, you are one of the millionsaround the world. Every year, Power distributors and operators fight an intense battle with the weather and load conditions present in summer. From soaring temperatures to stro...

The number of both passengers and flights increased at Lithuanian Airports in the first half of the year

Almost 3 million passengers were travelling through Lithuanian Airports in the first half of this year. It's 15% more than last year at the same time. The rates of flights and carried cargo grew rapidly, and it`s expected that country`s airports will be able to report about new records at the end of the year. According to Executive director of Lithuanian Airports Laura Joffe, the total numb...