Estonian Capacity Provider Xfly opened its Line Maintenance Station at Stockholm Arlanda Airport. The line maintenance capacity will be used primarily to maintain its own fleet, but in the future, it is planned to offer the service to other airlines as well. Xfly is an operator of ATR72 turboprops and CJR900 jets with E195s being introduced shortly.
Xfly's maintenance manager Peeter Soasepp said that the COVID crisis offered an opportunity to prepare for the post-crisis development leap. “I’m very pleased that we can now control and plan the maintenance of our fleet according to your own needs. Own maintenance capability at Arlanda gives us more freedom and adds flexibility to perform line maintenance on our aircraft, regardless of time or date. This adds noticeable value to our customers,” added Soasepp.
Xfly - a strategic CPA partner for commercial airlines in Europe. Stockholm Arlanda is one of the key bases for the company. Beside Tallinn, Copenhagen and Aarhus, the company will soon open also a base in Vilnius. Xfly was operating more than 20 aircraft before the COVID crisis.