FL Technics approved for A330 airworthiness management
FL Technics, a Lithuanian MRO provider, has received an approval from the European aviation authorities to perform continuous airworthiness management on wide-body Airbus A330 aircraft. The provider added the new capabilities to its existing EASA Part M approval.
The updated approval, issued following an EASA audit earlier this year, enables FL Technics to offer A330 operators services including airworthiness directive and service bulletin compliance control and their implementation. It will also be able to offer aircraft maintenance program development, technical records management, aircraft audits and other services, the company said in a statement.
According to Žilvinas Lapinskas, CEO of FL Technics, the new capabilities have been added as a reply to the demand from the company’s current customers, who operate or plan to add wide-body aircraft to their fleets.
The Lithuanian provider is ready to support A330 operators from around the world with the cumulative fleet of over 1,200 aircraft.
Currently FL Technics provides maintenance and airworthiness certificate extension for the narrow-body Airbus A320 family and the Boeing 737NG/CL. The EASA certificate also covers the corresponding works on Embraer ERJ135/145 and Embraer E170/175 aircraft. In 2015 the company received an approval to work with the Russian regional aircraft Sukhoi Superjet 100 (SSJ 100). In the wide-body segment until now FL Technics has been providing maintenance and extension of airworthiness certificate services only for Boeing 767 aircraft.
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