Date: 17.10.2019
ATL never sleeps. The Cayman Island Line Maintenance approval arrived in September 2019. We will welcome soon new customer flying under this registration.
Date: 30.05.2019
Airplane Technics went one step forward. The GCAA approved our NDT shop which is equipped with newest market equipment for Ultrasonic.
Date: 04.05.2019
ATL welcomes a new customer from Kazakhstan for heavy maintenance service.
Date: 01.04.2019
Both parties have signed a Line-Maintenance contract for 2019. Airplane Technics is very proud to have Air France as first EASA partner in its Customer Base. → → →
Date: 22.11.2018
AIRPLANE TECHNICS LLC is proud to announce the grant of the EASA part-145 Approval. The approved for line maintenance for: Airbus A318/A319/A320/A321; Boeing 737-300/400/500; Boeing 737-600/700/800/900. For the stations : Tbilisi and Kutaisi ATL will add LEAP Engine approval in December 2018.
Date: 30.08.2018
Airplane Technics LLC is proud to announce the new approval received on August 27th 2018, for Helicopter Bell-505 from the Georgian CAA (GCAA) . Our first Helicopter customer “ AVIATOR LLC” will use all benefits we offer.
Date: 01.08.2018
Airplane Technics is proud to announce the approval on August 1st ,2018 for “BASE MAINTENANCE” from the Kuwait DGCA
Date: 01.08.2018
Engine change on SCAT Airlines B737-500. Our young engineers had the possibility to assist and work on two engine changes in short period. This experience is important for the future EASA B66 License.
Date: 31.07.2018
Airplane Technics gives young students the opportunity to sniff into the aviation world. In March our first trainee from the French School of Caucasus, passed all ATL departments.
Date: 30.07.2018
For our customer in Kazakhstan, additional to our Line Maintenance activities, our technicians have performed two Engines changes, four APU replacements, and several A checks on Boeing 737 Classic and NG aircrafts.
Date: 03.07.2018
Our Quality is absolutely standard. Every customer help us with suggestion and comments to be better.We taking care of our customer,we give more than requested. Our customer must be always happy of our product and of course the timely delivery.
Date: 17.08.2017
The CEO’s of Magnetic MRO/Estonia and Airplane Technics signed a cooperation MOU. The contract foreseen a cooperation for a long term period. The final contract will be signed ASAP. The agreement foreseen the following cooperation:>>>
Date: 26.06.2017
AIR ARABIA line maintenance contract for BUS is signed. ATL welcome Air Arabia as customer.
Date: 26.06.2017
Start up with our Partner EUWINGS. EASA Part-145 organization from Italy. ATL and EUWINGS agreed to operate together the Line Stations in TBS,BUS and KUT. EUWINGS Internal training procedures for our technician is in progress. >>>
Date: 22.06.2017
ATL is hosting the „ BALTIC BEES“ in it’s hangar at Tbilisi International Airport. The 6 BEES type “ ALBATROS L-39” are starting on Saturday 24th, 2017 a flight show in Georgia.>>>
Date: 16.05.2017
Airplane Technics (ATL) has already started its activity and we already have first customer Boeing 737-700. All mentioned work will be performed at ATL new Hangar, by qualified engineers, which is monitored by GCAA. >>>
Date: 04.05.2017
Airplane Technics big day, the aircraft maintenance hangar opening at Tbilisi International Airport . The event and celebration was opened by the Prime Minister of Georgia , Mr. Georgi Kvirikashvili and ATL’s main investor Mr. Tamaz Somkishvili.
Date: 04.06.2016
With its numerous innovations and advanced technology the ILA Berlin Air Show 2016 demonstrates the capabilities and achievements of all areas of the global aerospace industry. >>>
Date: 22.03.2016
Boroscope training on CFM 56 and V2500 engine in Frankfurt at Lufthansa. The manufacture Carl Storz provided theoretical and practical training. >>>
Date: 22.02.2016
ATL sent it`s team students and employees to Zurich, Switzerland for training. Purpose of the training is to raise the level of the knowledge and experience training lasts for 9 days and it`s divided into two phases. >>>
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