FL Technics Engine Services, a FL Technics subsidiary, has announced the addition of more EASA Part 145 approved services for CFM56 family engines repair and maintenance.
In addition to previously available services that include engine external examination, boreblending, engine preservation and storage services, QEC/LRU removal and installation, top case repair, and lease return services, FL Technics Engine Services will now offer its clients the full scope of crucial services for CFM56 family engines, related to fan, hot section and low-pressure turbine repair. The newly added services will be provided at a brand new fully authorised 3-bay quick-turn activities engine shop located at KUN/FEZ, next to FL Technics Base Maintenance hangar.
“We are extremely pleased with this achievement that would have not been possible without significant efforts from our team and Transport Competence Agency (TCA),” said Valerij Deveikis, Chief Executive Officer at FL Technics Engine Services. “The addition of services allows us to offer and deliver tailor-made solutions to customers in a timely and convenient manner.”
“The addition of new services is a great development to our subsidiary FL Technics Engine Services and marks a major milestone towards strategic development of FL Technics as a leading one-stop-shop MRO service provider,” said Zilvinas Lapinskas, Chief Executive Officer at FL Technics.
The company, which commenced operations late last year, allows customers to optimise their engines’ Time on Wing (ToW), simultaneously optimising and minimising costs using the full scope of FL Technics Engine Services and FL Technics one-stop MRO services.
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