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FL Technics launches new line station at Zhukovsky International Airport (ZIA) in Moscow

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Krista Kuznecova
Country: Russian Federation Aircraft: Airplanes

FL Technics, a global provider of integrated aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul services, has announced opening a brand new line maintenance station at Zhukovsky International Airport (ZIA) in Moscow, Russia.

The newly established line station will be capable of handling A320FAM and B737NG aircraft types registered in Europe, Bermuda and Aruba as well as many other locations across the globe. It will offer a wide scope of services up to daily/weekly checks and defect rectification. This is the 4th line maintenance station opened by FL Technics in 2017, which now together with STORM Aviation, a Daughter Company, operates more than 30 line stations worldwide.

“We are highly focused on bringing our services to the locations which are geographically convenient to our existing and potential customers. We already have an impressive list of clients and a wide network of partners in the region, so the launch of the new line maintenance station at Zhukovsky marks a logical step in our long-term expansion strategy,” commented the CEO of FL Technics Zilvinas Lapinskas.

Zhukovsky International Airport (ZIA) is the fourth largest international airport in Moscow. It is located in the town of Zhukovsky situated in Moscow Oblast, 40 km southeast of central Moscow. Following its reconstruction in 2014-2016, Zhukovsky International Airport was officially opened on May 30, 2016. 



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