JMC Group has signed an agreement to support nine aircraft through the Boeing 737 Flight Length Sensitive (FLS) inspection programme with low-cost carrier, Ryanair. The agreement marks the first time the two companies have worked together, with the two lines of nose-to-tail FLS inspections taking place throughout the remainder of the winter season.
FLS tasks require mandatory fuel tank structure inspections, which involve JMC technicians carrying out all the preparation for NDT (Non-Destructive Testing) by removing sealant and cleaning, often working in compact areas with limited accessibility. After the necessary inspections are completed the JMC technicians will re-seal the disturbed areas.
Joel Crook, JMC Group’s Project Manager for Fixed Price Engineering has been tasked to oversee the team of specialist engineers and ensure all aspects of the work are managed in line with Ryanair’s requirements.
To date JMC Group has overseen over 35 FLS projects across Europe.Email Post to a Friend