FL Technics Indonesia is building a second MRO facility in Indonesia, expanding its business portfolio and service capacity in the region, with construction scheduled for completion in July 2024. Following the success of the company’s first MRO hangar at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, a new 14,000 square development in Bali will provide comprehensive heavy maintenance check services for narrowbody fleets. As well as having a larger hangar capacity, the facility will also incorporate a training facility, logistics services and a bonded logistics centre. Explaining how Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport holds a “strategic position as the second busiest international hub in
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