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FL Technics adds a customer from Croatia

Ten days of intensive basic training in accordance with Part-147 of EASA has been held for the Trade Air engineers in Croatia who maintain and inspect the airline’s aircraft. The professionals of one of the largest Eastern European technical aircraft maintenance companies FL Technics based in Lithuania prepared the trainings and certified the engineers. 

Aircraft maintenance technicians are prepared at the Training unit of FL Technics. Basic knowledge, specific types of aircraft maintenance and other specialised courses are conducted according to part 147 of the European Union EASA regulation. Trained professionals receive international certificates verifying their qualification and allowing them to work at the international air service market. 

“We are very pleased with how the training was conducted and the result of it. The whole training was done smoothly. We will definitely recommend FL Technics Training to anyone asking for this kind of service” said Trade Air CEO Marko Cvijin. 

FL Technics Training professionals arrived to the Trade Air base and offered training to the Croatian aircraft engineers according to the program based specifically on their needs. 

“This is our first step in the Balkan region. We are excited that it was successful and we pay great attention to this aviation market. For the Croatian airlines we have prepared a proposal with maximum flexibility taking into account relevant aspects of price and organisation of training. This allowed us to hold high-quality training fully corresponding to the customer’s requirements,” said FL Technics CEO Jonas Butautis. 

He pointed out that FL Technics as one of the largest aircraft maintenance companies in the Eastern Europe considers the Balkan region to be a high-potential rapidly growing aviation market requiring new professionals and high level of aviation services. J. Butautis states that the company under his leadership is prepared to provide special proposals to the Croatian market in order to meet customers’ needs both from pricing and organizational perspective.

Source: FLTechnics press release