FL Technics, a global provider of one-stop-shop aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul services, is further expanding the range of its Continuous Airworthiness Management capabilities by adding Airbus A330 aircraft type to its EASA Part M approval.
The updated Part M (Continuous Airworthiness Management Organization Approval) was issued following a successful audit conducted by EASA earlier this year. The new approval enables FL Technics to offer Airbus A330 operators and owners a broad variety of engineering services, including Airworthiness Directive (AD) and Service Bulletin (SB) compliance control and their implementation, as well as aircraft maintenance programme development, technical records management, aircraft audits, and other services. FL Technics’ CAMO capabilities also cover Airbus A320 Family, Boeing 737 NG/CL, Boeing 767, Embraer EMB 135/145 and ERJ 170, as well as recently added SSJ100.
“Many of our clients operate or plan to add wide-body aircraft to their fleets, hence, we are delighted to have the ability to offer them quality CAMO support not only for narrow, but wide body aircraft as well. With over 1200 of Airbus A330s in operation across the globe, we are ready to support airlines from any region and help them in ensuring more efficient A330 maintenance planning and airworthiness management,” explains Zilvinas Lapinskas, the CEO of FL Technics.