FL Technics Jets changes its name to Jet Maintenance Solutions (JET MS)

By July 23, 2015 January 23rd, 2019 News

FL Technics Jets changes its name to Jet Maintenance Solutions (JET MS) FL Technics Jets, a global provider of tailor-made MRO services for business and regional aviation, is delighted to announce that the company has recently completed its brand renewal process by adopting a new name – Jet Maintenance Solutions (JET MS). The EASA Part-145 organisation will operate under the JET MS brand effective immediately.
 
The company representatives believe that the new name will communicate a stronger message about its core activity – maintenance and repair of business and regional aviation jets.  With the adoption of the new name, JET MS has also presented its new logo and renewed the website www.jetms.aero. The process reflects the company’s entrance into a new stage of its strategic development supported by the recognition of the world’s leading business aviation market players, its increasing presence in the regional jets segment as well as the successful expansion and strong results in Europe as well as other world regions.

“Over the past five years we have grown from a start-up to one of the leading business aviation MROs in Eastern Europe and the CIS. We have also transformed from a regional market player to an MRO provider supporting customers from all over the globe: India, Peru, Nigeria, Malta, Kazakhstan, the USA and 40 others countries. In addition, we have supplemented our capabilities with Bombardier aircraft maintenance solutions in order to reach new customers from the regional aviation segment,” explains Darius Saluga, the CEO of JET MS. “In order to take command of such a remarkable growth and enhance our recognition we have renewed our brand with a new, unique name. While continuing all our current operations and obligations under the JET MS name, the renewed brand will help us enter new markets as well as promote new MRO products. This includes the support for Challenger 300, Embraer Legacy and other aircraft types which we are planning to add under our five-year strategic development plan.”