The aircraft maintenance of the largest French air-freight company Europe Airpost is trusted to the Aircraft maintenance company to FL Technics. The first cargo Boeing 737, out of the 17 Europe Airpost aircraft has already reached the hangars of FL Technics.
"With a long and consistent work we tried (had a goal to) to enter the Western European market. Europe Airpost aircraft in our hangars show that our quality of work and a good level of service leads to positive customer feedback in Europe and it increases the confidence in FLTechnics among the largest European airlines. We have one of the strongest Boeing aircraft team of experts, and the price / quality ratio allows us to be very competitive in both Western and Eastern European markets. Our serviced airlines ‘geography’ is stretching from France to Asian countries ", - said, 'FL Technics' CEO Jonas Butautas.
Currently, FL Technics provides services for Boeing 737-300/400/500, Boeing 757-200, Boeing 737 Next Generation (Boeing 737-600/700/800/900ER "modifications), SAAB 2000 and SAAB 340 type aircraft.
In Lithuania FL Technics provides maintenance services for Boeing 737 and Boeing 757 and SAAB aircraft type. In early 2010 started to serve the Boeing 737 NG type. This year is expected to provide maintenance services for Airbus A320 family aircraft.
In 2011-2015 FL Technics will be ready to serve CRJ 200, Embraer 145, Hawker 850 aircraft types.
By strengthening its productive capacity, the company decided during 2010 - 2015 to invest 25 million dollars for the development of the company's services. By implementing the investment program the facility area of FL Technics will be 15,000 sq.m., and 12 commercial aircraft will be served at the same time.
Europe Airpost, member of the ASL aviation Group, operates in both the area of passenger leisure and charter transportation as well as freight for mail and express freight operators. It transports annually 750 000 passenger and 63 000 tons of freight, and operate a fleet of 19 B737: 15 B737QC, 2 full freighters and 2 full pax B737-700.