VILNIUS, LITHUANIA- FL Technics Jets, a company offering complex technical maintenance solutions for business jets, continues to expand its cooperation with the CIS-based aircraft operators, by signing the Hawker 900XP aircraft maintenance agreement with the Ukrainian business jet charter company ALT AIR A.V.V.
Upon the conclusion of the contract and following the aircraft delivery to the FL Technics Jets base maintenance facilities in Vilnius, Lithuania, the company’s specialists preceded with the maintenance services to the Ukrainian Hawker 900XP aircraft. During the technical works FL Technics Jets engineers completed multiple tasks, including the Out-Of-Phase inspection, SB and left Windshield replacement.
‘We are delighted to have the ALT AIR A.V.V. Aircraft in our hangars. Offering exceptional services to their clients, business jets‘operators always demand the same from the MRO providers. The Ukrainian company’s decision to choose FL Technics Jets as its maintenance organization for the Hawker 900XP aircraft proves that we are fully compliant with the industry requirements to provide specific and tailor-made solutions for the business aviation. Though it was our first business jet from Ukraine, we anticipate, that this will be a perfect start for a long-standing cooperation with both ALT AIR A.V.V. and other operators from the country,’ commented the CEO of FL Technics Jets Darius Saluga.
Earlier this year, FL Technics Jets was certified by The Federal Air Transportation Agency of the Russian Federation as a line and base maintenance services’ provider to the business jets registered in Russia thus expanding and strengthening the company’s market position in the fast growing region.
In 2011 the Hawker Beechcraft 700/750/800/800XP/850XP/900XP were incorporated in the EASA Part-145 certificate allowing FL Technics Jets to perform line and base maintenance on these particular types of aircraft. In 2012 the company became the first Hawker Beechcraft Authorized Service Centre for serving warranted Hawker 125 series aircraft in Eastern Europe.