FL Technics Jet completed 2,000 man-hour C-Check
FL Technics Jets has recently completed its longest ever maintenance check when it concluded a 2,000 man-hour C-Check on a Russian business jet operator’s Hawker 800 XP.
The Hawker 800XP reached the FL Technics Jets hangar in autumn 2012 and the company’s engineers commenced the C-Check works, the second most serious maintenance service after a complete overhaul of an aircraft. FL Technics Jets specialists removed and fully reinstalled the aircraft’s overhauled landing gear and carried out comprehensive heavy maintenance works on both engines. Moreover, they conducted E/C/G inspections, OOP inspections and structural inspections as well as defect and corrosion rectification. The overall technical service of the Hawker 800XP aircraft required over 2000 man-hours thus marking the longest FL Technics Jets maintenance event. Following the C-Check, the aircraft was relocated to painting facilities in Belarus, where the customer’s Hawker 800XP will receive a brand new livery under full supervision of FL Technics Jets specialists.
Certified as an EASA Part-145 organization, FL Technics Jets holds maintenance approvals from the Federal Air Transportation Agency of the Russian Federation as well as Civil Aviation Authorities of Aruba, the Cayman Islands and Bermuda. In the beginning of 2012 FL Technics Jets became the first Authorized Hawker Beechcraft service centre in Eastern Europe