Wright International, a subsidiary of FL Technics, and Flair Airlines have signed a deal covering line maintenance services for the fleet of 13 Boeing B737 MAX 8 aircraft at Toronto Pearson Airport and the Region of Waterloo International Airport.
The services will include transit and overnight services as well as A checks in dedicated hangar space. Flair currently operates in 20 Canadian cities and is expanding to the US market this fall.
“I believe that the success of Flair Airlines is embedded in the expertise and know-how of the management team,” said Zilvinas Lapinskas, CEO of FL Technics, member of the Board of Directors of Avia Solutions Group. “Their decisions led to unprecedented growth and I am glad that now our team has been chosen to maintain Flair Airlines operations. I am confident that our experience and resources in the largest independent line maintenance network will grant efficient and precise services in Toronto and Kitchener-Waterloo airports. “
“Toronto and Kitchener are very important cities for Flair, and we look forward to a high level of maintenance support from Wright International and FL Technics teams.“ said Guy Borowski, VP Maintenance of Flair Airlines.
“I am glad that the recent merger into the global group of FL Technics brought new opportunities and capabilities for Wright International to deliver extended scope of services to new clients, expanding the current pool of leading operators and carriers that Wright International provide services to in Canada,” said Mario Sturino, President and Director of Maintenance at Wright International.
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