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FL Technics wins contract with Ethiopian Air Force

Posted 21 March 2016 · Add Comment

FL Technics has won a contract with the Ethiopian Air Force to supply spare parts and components for training, transport and multi-purpose aircraft.

FL Technics Defence will be providing various spare parts for Aero L-39 Albatros, transport Antonov An-12 and multi-purpose An-32 airplanes, with the first set of components having been delivered.
 
“We value our cooperation with the Ethiopian Air Force and hope that the execution of this contract will help us win the trust of the Ethiopian Ministry of Defence in future tenders. We anticipate that this tender will facilitate our communication with other military as well as governmental aircraft operators across Africa and the Middle East,” said Zilvinas Lapinaskas, CEO, FL Technics.
 
FL Technics Defence provides scheduled and AOG spare parts supply services for governmental and military operators across the world. 
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