FL Technics Jets, a global provider of tailor-made maintenance, repair and overhaul services for business aviation, is successfully integrating new capabilities by completing a full C-Check on its first Bombardier CRJ 200 aircraft.
The first Bombardier CRJ 200 operated by Belavia, the flag carrier of Belorussia, was delivered to the FL Technics Jets facilities in mid-January. Since then the company’s engineers have performed a comprehensive set of MRO works under C-Check inspection, including 25 structure repairs, 48, 72 and 96 month inspections, AD/SB evaluation and processing as well as the change of engine fan disks, etc. All the maintenance and repair services were provided at the FL Technics Jets main technical base in Vilnius, Lithuania. The renewed aircraft has already left to Belavia’s main hub at Minsk National Airport.
“We are well pleased with our team which has proven its excellence in every taskthey take on. We also take extreme pride in the trust that such prominent customers as the Belorussian Belavia place in our services. The fact that the carrier’s second Bombardier CRJ 200 has already reached our facilities, proves that the airlines from the CIS rely on our experience and the quality of our service. I hold a strong belief that we will certainly continue meeting and exceeding their expectations in the future,” shares Darius Saluga, the CEO of FL Technics Jets.
In the end of the 2013, FL Technics was granted a highly desirable certificate of approval to provide line and base maintenance services for Bombardier CRJ100/200/440 and a CRJ200-derived high-class Bombardier Challenger 850 business aircraft which was added to its EASA Part-145 certificate.