FL Technics Indonesia Unlocking Aviation Excellence, One Breakthrough at a Time

FL Technics Indonesia has begun construction of an aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) facility at I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport in Bali, reinforcing its commitment to advancing aviation services. The commissioning of the facility is a key step following the signing of a cooperation agreement with PT Angkasa Pura I on August 11, 2023, in line with the increasing demand for air traffic post-pandemic. The groundbreaking ceremony, officiated by FL Technics Indonesia CEO Martynas Grigas, marked the start of MRO operations, utilizing two existing hangars at Bali Airport, each capable of accommodating one narrow-body aircraft. The construction, scheduled for completion in July 2024, is designed to enhance the airport’s MRO capabilities by being able to maintain up to six narrow-body aircraft simultaneously.

Martynas Grigas, Director of FL Technics Indonesia, emphasized, “Our commitment extends beyond creating an aviation industry hub; it also embraces Bali’s duality as a leisure destination and a pivotal aircraft maintenance center. Denpasar’s robust connectivity renders it an essential stop. FL Technics Indonesia ensures services that align with FAA and EASA standards, fostering a safe and dependable aviation ecosystem.”

“The start of construction of MRO facilities at I Gusti Ngurah Rai Airport marks a very significant milestone in the development of the company’s business portfolio. With the capabilities, network, and expertise of APP and FL Technics Indonesia, we are optimistic that this collaboration will provide a very positive multiplier effect “to operational performance and services at AP1 in particular, as well as to the aviation ecosystem in Indonesia in a broader scope,” said Faik Fahmi, the Director of Angkasa Pura I.

Meanwhile, Angkasa Pura Properti’s Director, Ristiyanto Eko Wibowo, stated that this KSO is intended to support the operations of AP1 as the parent company. “We see this as proving our focus on supporting airport service support facilities at AP1. “The construction of MRO facilities in Bali is also a form of optimizing the mainland, which was entrusted to us and which we will consistently carry out,” said Ristiyanto Eko Wibowo.

FL Technics Indonesia is grateful for the unwavering support from regulators and business partners and looks forward to cultivating these strong alliances to further elevate the aviation and tourism industry to international standards.

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