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September 2018

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FL Technics has signed an agreement with Comair for extended base maintenance services. The first aircraft, a Boeing 737-800 is on a six-year C check in Vilnius.


KLM UK Engineering has signed a long-term heavy maintenance agreement with Alliance Airlines of Australia for Fokker 70/100 aircraft. The airline expects to be operating the Fokker 70/100 for at least the next ten years.


Magnetic MRO has recently completed a full delivery support of Boeing 737-800 (MSN 32604) to Go2Sky of the Slovak Republic. The aircraft was previously operated by Hainan Airlines and was delivered to a Go2Sky with a fresh EASA Airworthiness Review Certificates (ARC) recommendation, leading to 16 years of Chinese operations and maintenance documents being checked meticulously. The entire transformation process took place in Tallinn facility, covering many technical care solutions including painting, DOA, CAMO, interior workshop, line and base maintenance backing, as well as seat shop support together with MAC Interiors, a subsidiary of Magnetic MRO.


Magnetic MRO has been involved in a similar full asset management support for Magnetic Parts Trading, which purchased an Airbus 320 (MSN1413), in order to upgrade and deliver the aircraft to SmartLynx Airlines of Estonia. This involved building up a complete aircraft history, reviewing records and restoring back-to-birth traceability of crucial components as well as going through major maintenance work packs. The project resulted in successfully issuing an ARC recommendation for an aircraft with a complicated history. In parallel, DOA support included livery design, LOPA, emergency exit lighting, floor cover change and PC Card Quick Access Recorder deactivation.

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