FL Technics, a global independent aircraft maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) solutions provider, and Vilnius Tech, one of the leading universities in Lithuania, signed a contract granting scholarships for top students, including exclusive opportunities to get practical experience and mentorship from the company’s leading experts.

Industry-leading teams of engineers

“With an ever-developing network of clients and partners, we are committed to maintaining sustainable solutions by industry-leading teams of engineers and experts. Thus, this scholarship initiative is a decisive and strategic step to ensure the development of our base maintenance and engineering departments. With many of the alumni from Vilnius Tech already working in FL Technics, I am confident that together we will shape the generations of aviation engineers for years to come,” said Zilvinas Lapinskas, the CEO of FL Technics, emphasised the importance of the initiative.

Dedicated institute of aviation engineering

Vilnius Tech has a dedicated institute of aviation engineering and has been partnering with FL Technics for more than 18 years, including various educational integration, scientific projects, expertise exchange programmes.

“FL Technics demonstrates an exceptional effort to build relationships with our students, who are future aviation engineers and specialists. We are glad to further develop our partnership, as we are now able to grant deeper integration within the industry and business, providing new opportunities for the top students to start their aviation career not only in FL Technics but also as a part of the global Avia Solutions Group aviation family to which the company belongs,” stated Vilnius Tech dean, associate Prof. Dr. Linas Juknevicius.

International student exchange opportunities

The new scholarship programme is one of the many partnership initiatives discussed by the management of both organisations, including international student exchange opportunities or internship opportunities, leveraging global MRO infrastructure and the wider network.
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