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Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam awards FL Technics Indonesia with AMO certification

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Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam awards FL Technics Indonesia with AMO certification - Maintenance / Trainings publisher
Dana Ermolenko
Country: Vietnam Aircraft: Airplanes

FL Technics, a global provider of integrated aircraft maintenance, repair, and overhaul services, has announced that its subsidiary company FL Technics Indonesia hasreceived an Approved MaintenanceOrganization (AMO) certification from the CivilAviation Administration of Vietnam. This approval opens the door for the company, based in Jakarta’s Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, to start maintaining aircraft registered in Vietnam.

“FL Technics Indonesia have recently takensome major steps to expand the range ofcertifications. The company recentlyreceived an FAA Part-145 certificateandhas now added this significantapproval from Vietnam’s Civil Aviation Authority. With approval from the Vietnam authorities, we will now be able tobroaden our reach and assist many more clients registered in Vietnam. This is a great achievement for our company and will pave the way for us to work with many new airlines and aircraft,” says Martynas Grigalavicius, CEO at FL Technics Indonesia.

Upon receiving the CAAV certificate, FL Technics Indonesia is now able to provide maintenance services for Boeing B737 and Airbus A320 family aircraft coming from various Vietnamese airlines. FL Technics Indonesia has already struck partnerships and discussed maintenance solutions with airlines such as VietJet, JetStar, Vietnam Airlines, etc.

“We have a few decade-long experience in MRO business in Northern Europe and we are determined to provide our clients the gained expertknow-how, benefits from LEAN implementation in our processes and ensure the European quality standards. We are also focused on providing effective TAT which is extremely important to every airline around the world. All this and our BAY system gives us the advantage to beflexible with each of our clients,” says Martynas Grigalavicius.

FL Technics Indonesia operates in a 20 000 m² hangar and office space at theSoekarno-Hatta International Airport in Jakarta, Indonesia and employs around 200 aviation professionals. The company has a wide range of services, such as interior refurbishment services, NDT inspections, composite and structural repairs, spare parts supply and can perform full C and D checks for the Airbus A320 family and Boeing B737 CL/NG aircraft. 



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