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FL Technics signs CAM agreement with Wizz Air Abu Dhabi

Posted 15 October 2020 · Add Comment

FL Technics, a provider of integrated aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul services, and part of Avia Solutions Group, has signed a long-term contract to support international low-cost carrier Wizz Air Abu Dhabi with complete Continuing Airworthiness Management (CAM) services.

 

FL Technics signs CAM agreement with Wizz Air Abu Dhabi.  Image: Avia Solutions Group

 

“FL Technics is extremely glad to become a trusted partner of Wizz Abu Dhabi with such sensitive and important function as continuing airworthiness management. We are excited to share our solid experience in CAM field and strongly believe that this cooperation will positively support the successful development and growth of new Wizz Air subsidiaries, such as Wizz Abu Dhabi. Moreover, we are ready and passionate to extend our cooperation within CAM field in other AOCs of Wizz Air“, said Liudas Jurkonis, the Head of Engineering, Design and Technical Trainings of FL Technics.

 

FL Technics will perform continuous airworthiness management for Airbus A320 NEO and CEO family aircraft, and will provide full CAM services in accordance with the requirements of the General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) ensuring a proper control in AMOS system. The scope of work is not limited to full CAM services. It will also cover other engineering services, which Wizz Air requires on a regular and ad hoc basis.

 

“Wizz Air is very dynamic and progressive organisation - we expand and move fast. Therefore, we need a trustful and flexible partner to meet not only our high standards for continuous support, but also to meet our needs in this demanding and aggressive market. Being professional in your field is a necessity of any business, and that is why we have chosen to work with FL Technics to start our new subsidiary - Wizz Air Abu Dhabi,” said Ljubomir Jesic, senior technical  services manager of Wizz Air Abu Dhabi.

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