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12 September
Locatory.com will invest $10M to engine stands leasing business
Locatory.com, an aviation IT company primarily acting as an aircraft parts locator, a part of Avia Solutions Group, has announced about their investment in a new business. The company is spreading its services portfolio and has started the leasing of aircraft engine stands globally. It is planned that in five upcoming years Locatory.com will invest over 10 million USD.
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10 September
FL Technics expands its EASA Part-145 approval with Airbus A320neo family type
FL Technics, a global provider of integrated aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul services, a part of Avia Solutions Group, has just extended its EASA Part-145 approval with Airbus A320neo family type (LEAP-1A & PW 1100G) for Line maintenance services.
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04 September
Baltic Ground Services CZ has signed financing agreements with Raiffeisen Bank
Baltic Ground Services CZ, a daughter company of Baltic Ground Services (BGS), the international provider of ground handling, aircraft fueling, passenger services belonging Avia Solutions Group, has signed 1.2 million euros worth operational financing contracts with Raiffeisen Bank group.
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02 September
From spare parts marketplace to leading aviation IT solutions provider – evolution of Locatory.com
A good success story is a goal that every company tries to achieve. Being best at what they do is not exactly reachable for everyone.
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20 August
G. Ziemelis: Boeing MAX 'situation' costs airlines $1B per month
In March 2019, aviation regulators and airlines around the world grounded the Boeing 737 MAX airliner after two brand new aircraft crashed in five months, killing 346 people aboard. While the decision was reasonable, it was an expensive one.
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14 August
G.Ziemelis – Global ACMI will reach $7.07 B by 2025
Just until recently wet leasing was considered a way to solve short term problems like seasonal volumes, maintenance checks, groundings, etc. Lately, though, long-term wet leasing from third parties has grown considerably in Europe. Aviation’s ACMI  global market revenue is projected to reach over USD 7.07 B by 2025, the ACMI business model has become a mighty contender in the aviation world. How did that happen?
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07 August
G. Ziemelis: How your heavy coat can cut airline's profit?
It is a well known fact that aviation business is an expensive pleasure. In order not to lose their space in the market by constantly increasing ticket prices, airlines take a different route and shift their focus on reducing operational costs to increase their profit.
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18 July
The excitement for flying starts from the ground up
New routes, airline developments, brand-new planes and breaking records: aviation always has captivating news to offer. However, aviation media is not immune to the tectonic shifts that impact all news providers. Worldwide tendencies show that only 42% of people now trust the news providers they use themselves*. The ever-increasing flow of information makes it hard to understand which news are to make an impact and which developments will determine the way we will fly in the future. Thus, innovation, passion for aviation and industry expertise is playing an increasingly important role in today’s aviation news media.
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17 July
FL Technics implementing next generation mechanics training using VR
FL Technics, a global provider of integrated aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul service, which is part of Avia Solutions Group, has begun implementing VR modules for the basic training of aviation mechanics.  The company has presented its first VR module, which covers the opening of the reverse thrust engine of a Boeing 737NG, and is set to expand its list of modules in the coming months to cover the full scope of maintenance training.
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08 July
$10B aircraft spare parts marketplace – one click to find them all
Finding spare parts for aircraft is never an easy task. As the market is not so big and the regulations are stringent, MROs and airlines understand that there is no way to keep track of every possible spare part that is needed or would be needed shortly. Besides that, some players do not have the capability of storing spare parts. Having a business connection that handles one or the other required part always comes in handy. But there are better and more efficient ways, for example – using a specific marketplace for aircraft spare parts.
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