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Press Releases from Avia Solutions Group (8 total)

FL Techincs Training: the impact of technology on workforce and aircraft trainin …

The gap between basic training and aircraft specific training is growing wider by the day as new technologies are being introduced at a record pace. Modern aviation maintenance institutions must be able to produce competent maintenance personnel with up-to-date knowledge and skills. Moreover, the situation is being further aggravated by the shortage of quality training facilities. These are costly to set up as they require instructors, expensive synthetic training tools

FL Technics, part of Avia Solutions Group, to acquire Storm Aviation Ltd, a UK b …

FL Technics, a member of Avia Solutions Group (ASG) family, continues to expand its already extensive business capabilities. The company providing integrated aircraft maintenance and repair services FL Technics announced that they had entered into a definitive agreement under which FL Technics would acquire Storm Aviation Limited, the leading international provider of Line Maintenance services for narrow bodied and wide bodied aircraft. This acquisition will enable FL Technics to have

Baltic Aviation Academy Starts Webinar Series for Pilots Beginners

Baltic Aviation Academy started to produce webinar series for pilots beginners. The series of live educational webinars intend to uncover the aspects of choosing an aircraft type, composing the training program, performing during the trainings, forecasting the demand for vacancies and entering the job market. Live webinars are presented by Baltic Aviation Academy personnel. The webinar is available for free viewing and can be accessed through the registration on Baltic Aviation

A new FL Technics Ulyanovsk aircraft technical facility is under construction in …

FL Technics Ulyanovsk, a complex aircraft technical support and maintenance services provider, has announced a further expansion of its services’ network. On the 17th of August 2011 FL Technics Ulyanovsk was granted a residence certificate for operating within the free economic zone in Ulyanovsk, Russia. The certificate was presented by the Minister of Economic Development and Trade of Russian Federation Elvira Nabiullina. The new construction of a hangar complex of

An increasing demand for pilots boosts pilots training and leasing services experts observe that an intensifying air traffic and a very optimistic forecast regarding a significant aircraft fleet expansion until 2030 suggest an inevitable growth in pilot market. If the coming 20 years period sees an aircraft fleet rise to the predicted 39000 ps., airlines will be faced with the need to employ over 460000 pilots, i.e. approx. 23000 new pilots every year. One of the largest growths in

FL Technics performed Cabin Interior Modification and Reconfiguration on Boeing …

An integrated aircraft maintenance and repair organisation FL Technics is swiftly expanding its capabilities by launching cabin modification and reconfiguration services on two brand new long-range Boeing 737-800 and cabin refurbishment service on Boeing 737-300. Two Boeing 737-800 aircraft reached the FL Technics hangar straight from the manufacturer and underwent full cabin interior refurbishment on the 4th of August. FL Technics specialists equipped the aircraft with the highest quality brand

FL Technics starts part out of 7 newly obtained Boeing 737-300

FL Technics, a rapidly growing integrated aircraft maintenance and repair organization, has purchased 7 Boeing 737-300 aircraft for tear down into parts and components. The disassembled aircraft components will be used to form and maintain a wider stock of B737 CL spare parts and components as well as to expand FL Technics warehouse portfolio capabilities. FL Technics‘ decision to acquire Boeing 737-300 from the global low cost airline Air Asia was

AOG situations cost airlines an arm and a leg

Aviation industry, readily recovering from the global economic recession, is predicted to experience an impressive growth in passenger flow, which, naturally, will result in the rise of profits received by airlines. In experts’ opinion, the economic recovery has brought into attention another topical problem the aviation sector is increasingly faced with – airlines worldwide lose money over AOG (Aircraft on Ground) situations on a daily basis. According to the

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