Jat Tehnika to begin A330, A320neo maintenance

NEWS FLASH


Jat Tehnika has been granted necessary certificates by the European Air Safety Agency (EASA) to begin repair and maintenance of Airbus A330-200/300 and A320neo aircraft. Furthermore, it has received certification to service and overhaul landing gears on next generation Boeing 737 jets. The new EASA certification is expected to boost Jat Tehnika’s portfolio of customers. The Belgrade-based Jat Tehnika is the Serbian subsidiary of the Avia Prime Group which also manages Adria Tehnika in Slovenia and Linetech in Poland.

Comments

  1. Anonymous10:35

    Probably a good hint at future JU fleet makeup? If so, I'd say I'm beyond happy.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Anonymous10:45

    Моћно

    ReplyDelete
  3. Anonymous11:03

    So does this mean ASL can now do maintanance of its A330 right here in Belgrade?
    Maybe YU-ARB remains here for its planned maintenance this winter?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Anonymous11:33

      RB will go for maintenance as soon as RC arrives 😀

      Delete
  4. Anonymous11:25

    This is a big deal for this company and a hint they will maintain future JU fleet

    ReplyDelete
  5. All maintenance staff already flees, only fresh graduates without experience(basically for manual jobs), and old mechanics few years before retirement left,

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Anonymous11:52

      That’s the story of *every* company.

      Delete
    2. Anon 11:52
      Not really. Jat Tehnika has that issue for years, but it got way worse since company was given to Avia Prime for almost nothing.

      Delete
  6. Anonymous12:17

    This is really exciting!!!!

    ReplyDelete
  7. Anonymous12:18

    They should rename it Air Serbia Tehnika

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Anonymous12:18

      It's not the same company and it is not owned by Air Serbia.

      Delete
  8. Anonymous12:38

    JU je već najavio dolazak A320 sledeće gogine. Možda bude NEO, ko zna?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Anonymous12:43

      A320 dolazi ove godine. Ali ne neo. Tesko da ce neo u JU.

      Delete
    2. Anonymous12:59

      A zašto ne? Ako direktno pregovaraju sa Erbasom o konfiguraciji kabine mogu i oko A320 NEO.

      Delete
    3. Anonymous13:01

      Their CEO said just 2 weeks ago they are not thinking about neos. It was published here.

      Delete
    4. Anonymous13:22

      Neka nabave oni obične. Ima vreme za neo.

      Delete
    5. Anonymous13:46

      Pa da kad se pojavi neki novi model "Super Neo" onda cemo mi polako da predjemo na NEO ...sto je sigurno sigurno je!

      Delete
    6. Anonymous14:29

      I see some commentators here are suffering from the SOS (Shiny Object Syndrome).

      Delete
    7. Anonymous21:33

      Well shiny sells better

      Delete
    8. Anonymous01:02

      excuse me I dont understand a word =?

      Delete
  9. Not sure if it's a good thing that they'll be able to maintain AS's fleet.

    On one hand it's nice that it's done in Belgrade and that it's a "local" company.
    On the other I heard so many not too good things about them in the last few years.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Anonymous21:01

      Are you implying they do not do their job well and that the a/c they do maintenance for will crash?

      Delete
    2. Anonymous21:34

      EASA tends to disagree - they are fit for job.

      Delete
    3. @anon 21:34
      Yea, that's why their EASA licence was taken for almost a year. Jat Tehnika is now maybe worst base maintenance facility in Europe, or atleast among worst ones. Quality standards are low and bad, and it was like that for years.

      Delete
    4. Anonymous09:38

      Doesn’t necessarily mean the aircraft will crash. Though if I was Air Serbia I’d stay away and go to another company…

      Delete
  10. Anonymous18:39

    Woow, I didn't see this coming. Congrats and keep up with good work.

    ReplyDelete

Post a Comment

EX-YU Aviation News does not tolerate insults, excessive swearing, racist, homophobic or any other chauvinist remarks or provocative posts with the intention of creating further arguments. A full list of comment guidelines can be found here. Thank you for your cooperation.