Baltic Maintenance Aircraft Maintenance, Overhaul and Training Solutions
Baltic Maintenance is a European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Part-145-approved maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) company, providing wheel, brake and battery maintenance services for the aeronautics industry. The company is a Honeywell-authorised service centre.
The company provides high-quality rotables support to airlines, hangar facilities and aircraft stockists.
Aircraft component maintenance and support
Baltic Maintenance understands unique client requirements and offers cost-effective aircraft solutions.
Baltic Maintenance provides professional services such as:
- Honeywell, MABS and Goodrich wheel and brake maintenance
- SAFT, Hawker, Marathon and Concorde battery maintenance
- Non-destructive testing (NDT) inspections (eddy current, ultrasonic, magnetic and penetrant)
- Welding and machining in cooperation with partners
Services can be provided for a wide range of aircraft such as the B737 Series, B757, A320 Series, CRJ200, ERJ135/145, CS300 Series, F50, CL604, ATR42/72, Global Express BD-700, Hawker 125, and others.
Baltic Maintenance supplies new and serviceable spare parts for wheel and brake assemblies, while it also offers overhauled components for outright sale and exchange.
Technical aviation training and consultancy solutions
The company’s technical theory and practice training focuses on wheels, brakes and batteries maintenance, human factors, aviation legislation, fuel tank safety, electrical wiring interconnection systems (EWIS), and component storage / logistics.
Consultancy services help clients to increase effectiveness in wheel, brake, and battery maintenance processes. The company can also help to establish component maintenance workshop.
International exhibitions for developing export markets
Baltic Maintenance has introduced the ‘Raising Sales of UAB Baltic Maintenance in Foreign Markets’ programme, which is co-financed by European Union Structural Funds.
The project’s goal is to develop new and existing export markets within the aviation industry by participating in international exhibitions. The start date was October 2016 and it will run until June 2018.
The programme’s value is €86,253, which will be half-financed by the European Regional Development Fund.
Baltic Maintenance is planning to run an active policy to support exports of services set out in the project’s framework.
New customers, partners, suppliers, and long-term relationships will be established through the company’s participation in worldwide exhibitions and through effective marketing tools.
This will increase Baltic Maintenance’s reputation, leading to a significant growth in exports and positive economic outcomes.
The project is being implemented both within the EU and outside of it. With the EU’s funding, Baltic Maintenance will be able to broaden the number of exhibitions available to attend by the aviation industry. Without EU support, preparations for export marketing activities would be more lengthy.
The company’s expertise, high-quality services and competitive prices provide a favourable environment for the market.
Baltic Maintenance is based in Vilnius, Lithuania, and formed in 2005.