FL Technics, a global provider of integrated aircraft maintenance, repair, and overhaul services, has achieved a great milestone in the company’s expansion in the Asia-Pacific region. The company has earned FAA (Federal Aviation Association) Part-145 Air Repair Station certification #47DY377D emerging as one of Asia’s MRO hotspots in the Jakarta’s Soekarno-Hatta International Airport.
‘FL Technics provides maintenance and technical support for local and international customers, including repairs, modifications, and engineering services. This is a great opportunity for our business in Jakarta to open the door for further expansion and welcome many more opportunities in the region. From now on FL Technics Indonesia will be certified to accept hundreds of new aircraft at our hangar and provide effective MRO services to every possible regional client,’ says Martynas Grigalavicius, CEO of FL Technics Indonesia.
Indonesia alone has approximately 60 MRO companies and only a few of them have FAA certification. This certificate allows FL Technics Indonesia to provide MRO services for aircraft registered in the United States in accordance with 14 CFR Part-145. Having an FAA Certificate makes FL Technics Indonesia a Western hemisphere recognized MRO provider, ensuring services of the highest professionalism to operators originating from the US or those with parts from the States.
‘We provide our clients with an expert know-how of European quality standards with a focus on effective TAT’, - continues the CEO of FL Technics Indonesia. Recently FL Technics significantly improved their internal processes, in turn, raising efficiency by introducing new management philosophies (LEAN) and launching the Bay system in order to establish efficient, high-quality project management.
FL Technics Indonesia operates a 20 000 m² hangar at the Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Jakarta, Indonesia which employs around 200 aviation experts. The company can make full C and D checks as well as maintain Airbus A320 family and Boeing 737-300/400/500/600/700/800/900 aircraft.