FL Technics adds Sukhoi Superjet 100 to its EASA Part M capabilities

By October 5, 2015 January 23rd, 2019 News

FL Technics adds Sukhoi Superjet 100 to its EASA Part M capabilitiesFL Technics, a global provider of one-stop-shop aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul services, is delighted to announce having further expanded its operations. The company has recently added Sukhoi Superjet 100-95 (RRJ-95) aircraft type to its Engineering and Continuing Airworthiness Management capabilities. A relevant addendum to the company’s EASA Part M certificate has been already issued by the European aviation authorities.

From now on, FL Technics specialists are eligible to support SSJ100 operators and owners with a complete range of aircraft engineering services, including Airworthiness Directive (AD) and Service Bulletin (SB) compliance control and implementation, aircraft maintenance programme development, technical records management, aircraft damage assessment and mapping, reliability monitoring, production of maintenance work packages, aircraft audits, etc.

Zilvinas Lapinskas, CEO of FL Technics“Well-established aftermarket support is vital for operators that are planning to introduce a new aircraft type into their fleets. This concerns any aircraft, whether it is a mainline Airbus A320 or a regional SSJ100. The latter already has an international MRO network, and we are glad to contribute to the process of extending the global SSJ100 support,” shares Zilvinas Lapinskas, the CEO of FL Technics. “Working side by side with the manufacturer and current operators, we have thoroughly researched and analysed all the technical ins and outs of SSJ100. We have accumulated this knowledge on the behalf of future SSJ100 operators in order to spare them from additional investments into technical research and training of their own engineering staff at the initial stage. Our support will allow airlines to fully focus on actually operating the aircraft and provide enough time to prepare own specialists once the operator is used to the new aircraft type.”