FL Technics Training: Countries that have dominated in the ‘black list’ for several years are in a row call for the substantial aviation safety policy

In 2006 the European Commission for the very first time issued a list of air carriers that were forbidden to operate within the European Union. It then contained the names of 92 airlines. EU has now prepared an updated ‘black list’ presented several days ago. Currently 273 airlines are banned from crossing the European airspace. 70% of the countries on the list are African, the rest are from Asia and the CIS. Airlines seeking to avoid losses resulting from the ban often try to increase their capabilities by searching for alternative routes. However, FL Technics Training experts argue that the problem should be tackled in a more complex manner. Airlines that aspire to become equal partners in the global market must invest into their management, training, modern aircraft and their maintenance.

“Aviation is one of the most controlled and especially strictly regulated areas. In order to ensure the compliance with the ICAO SARPs the responsible parties must put in a lot of efforts in reforming the existing civil aviation system. That, obviously, requires not only well-trained and experienced pilots, investments in modern technology and fleet renewal, but also highly qualified top-notch technical personnel,” says the Deputy Head of FL Technics Training Dainius Sakalauskas.

According to D.Sakalauskas, a great example is Indonesia - the government shows considerable efforts to improve the aviation system through legal regulations, institution structuring, modernization of certification procedures and stricter supervision of local airlines. The country has achieved particularly good results in reforming four of its carriers – Garuda, Airfast, Mandala and Premier. The positive outcome of the reforms is a result of close cooperation with the European Commission, its member states and industry representatives as well as support from third parties that provided knowledge and means to ensure that all aviation institutions had the necessary capabilities to solve all problems and deal with relevant issues.

In regard to the list FL Technics Training experts have prepared a specialized training program entitled ‘Comprehensive Practical Knowledge of the EU List of Carriers Subject to an Operating Ban’ designed to equip airlines and civil aviation institutions with the necessary knowledge enabling them to solve safety issues more effectively and increase the number of highly qualified professionals.

About FL Technics Training:

FL Technics Training is a provider of technical training for the aviation industry. Company offers comprehensive training services including basic training and examination, aircraft type training and specialized training for aircraft maintenance technicians, administrative and management personnel. FL Technics Training is a part of integrated aircraft maintenance and repair organization (MRO) FL Technics.

Based in Vilnius, Lithuania, FL Technics Training is certified as an European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Part-147 training organization for the performance of courses for basic, aircraft type training and customized training programs according to the individual client requirements. Company serves a wide range of customers from Europe and CIS region countries (Poland, Romania, Ukraine, Moldova, etc.), Asia (including South Korea, Pakistan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Russian Federation and etc.), Africa, Cuba and other regions.

FL Technics Training programmes, drawn up in accordance with the requirements of the EASA, cover four areas: basic training, aircraft type training, specialized aviation training, consulting services. FL Technics Training offer training for diverse aircraft types: Airbus A318/A319/A320/A321, Airbus A380/340/330, ATR 42 - 200/300, ATR 72 - 100/200, Boeing 737 - 300/400/500, Boeing 737 - 600/700/800/900, Boeing 757 - 200, Boeing 767 - 200/300, Boeing 747/777/767, Saab – 340, Saab – 2000.

FL Technics Training offers specialized training programs of general interest for technical as well as administrative personnel from Engineering and Planning, Quality system, EASA Regulation Part-145, Part-M to Fuel Tank Safety courses. Training programs can be adapted individually to the specific needs and requirements of the clients.

More than 1000 students for over 40.000 hours per year are trained at the company's theoretical courses in Moscow, Tyumen, Alma Ata, Vilnius and London. Training on the job is executed in Vilnius, Kiev and London.

For further information please visit website http://www.fltechnicstraining.com/

Source: FL Technics Training

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