FL Technics, a global provider of comprehensive aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul solutions, continues to successfully expand the scope of its services by adding Airbus A320 Family and Boeing 727 aircraft types to the list of its landing gear overhaul capabilities.
The newly expanded capabilities are aimed at supporting Airbus A320 and Boeing 727 operators in Europe, Russia, the CIS as well as other regions. The MRO solutions offered by the provider for these types of aircraft include landing gear repair and overhaul, component supply, testing, AOG support and other services. FL Technics also provides comprehensive landing gear sales, exchange and loan solutions as well as logistics support for the latest aircraft types.
“As the air travel industry is regaining its strength in various regions worldwide, aircraft operators are not only expanding their fleets, but also increasing the number of take-offs and landings each aircraft conducts. As a result, aircraft suffer from an increasing load on various components, especially the landing gear. For quite some time now we have been observing a growing potential for Airbus A320 Family aircraft support across the region, and we see that the demand will stay strong in the future. Meanwhile, we have also noticed that many operators from the emerging markets are struggling with a limited offer of quality and prompt NLG/MLG solutions for such a specific aircraft type as Boeing 727. That is why we came to a conclusion that it was high time to expand our landing gear maintenance capabilities. This, along with our own landing gear tear down projects and component stock in Europe, the CIS and Asia, we now offer our customers even more comprehensive services than ever before,” comments Zilvinas Lapinskas, the CEO of FL Technics.
Following the latest expansion, FL Technics landing gear support solutions now cover a comprehensive set of aircraft types, including Airbus A320 Family, Airbus A330/A340/A380, Boeing 727/ 737 CL/ 737 NG/ 747/ 757/ 767/ 777, Sukhoi Superjet 100, Embraer 135/145/170/190, Bombardier CRJ100/200, ATR 42/72, Fokker 50/70/100.