MRO In Vilnius


Greetings from Vilnius! We will start our MRO Eastern Europe, Baltics and Russia forum in less than one hour.

There is a lot of MRO and infrastructure development going on here in this area, but it's not just about building new hangars. I get the sense there is some cautious planning going on about how to efficiently serve the increasing number of aircraft here without creating overcapacity.

As we know, lots of extra capacity doesn't do anybody any good.

We've got attendees from all over the area--including from FL Technics here in Vilnius, JAT Technika, Air Maintenance Estonia, Enter Air, Urga, Adria Airways and many, many more.

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