Manpower – an Achilles’ heel for Indonesian aviation?

FL Technics Training says despite Indonesia’s eagerness and drive, it seems that the local industry might just end up following the steps of China, which had to pacify the ambitions of its carriers due to the shortage of manpower.


Drawn up in accordance with the requirements of the EASA, FL Technics Training programmes cover four areas: basic training, aircraft type training, specialized aviation training and consulting services.  FL Technics Training offers 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, Bombardier CL-600-2B19.  

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 and Part-M to Fuel Tank Safety courses. Training programs can be adapted to meet the specific needs and requirements of clients.

More than 3,000 students for over 45.000 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 visit website http://www.fltechnicstraining.com/.

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