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Flitetec OEMRepair Hub set for unveiling at Farnborough

Flitetec OEMRepair Hub set for unveiling at Farnborough

Flitetec, an international aircraft components specialist with offices in the UK, France and North America, will officially unveil its OEMRepair Hub at the Farnborough International Airshow (FIA2024) later this month (22-26 July).

Flitetec OEMRepair Hub set for unveiling at Farnborough

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The aim is to revolutionise the way in which the demands of customers requiring repairs and overhauls for components and equipment originally supplied by Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) are met.

The service comes after Flitetec has doubled its annual turnover for the past two years and is targeting continued strong growth.

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Trevor Lea, Managing Director of Flitetec, said: “Many airlines are facing increasing challenges in repairing and replacing parts on their assets, particularly older aircraft.

“The Original Equipment Manufacturer may no longer exist, may be part of a larger group, or may no longer have the capacity or ability to perform repairs and refurbishments on certain parts. In some cases, parts may no longer be available.

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“Any asset that is not operational always costs money. The cost of repairing or refurbishing safety- or mission-critical equipment or components can be a fraction of the cost of upgrading an entirely new aircraft or platform.

“With OEMRepair Hub, we identified a gap in the market to provide a comprehensive solution that seamlessly manages repair processes, ensuring efficiency, reliability and exceptional customer satisfaction.

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