aerospace industry l repairs l logistics
The company was founded in 1993.
A new service centre was built a few
In 2008–2009 the company obtained
certification for servicing B 737 CL/NG
aircraft and 3 years later expanded its
maintenance services to the Airbus
A320 family and later also to type training for this line of aircraft.
The company obtained certification for
Airbus A330 type aircraft in 2017.
In 2019 the company obtained the AS
9100:D certificate, accepted the historically first Airbus A330 for maintenance
and is currently preparing for ISO 14001
2020 marks the opening of a new hangar,
which underwent a successful final building inspection last autumn. This addition
will increase the repair capacity of the
centre by two Airbus A320 or Boeing 737
type aircraft. The hangar will enable further expansion of the company.
Several departments were moved to the
hangar, including stock management,
composites workshop and paintshop,
which holds 2 new painting chambers and
drying furnaces. However, the hangar will
also newly house an interior workshop for
repairing seats, carpets, wallpapers or linoleum flooring from aircraft interiors.
The new building has thus significantly
improved the facilities of the repair centre.
The company offers availability, flexibility,
security, timely performance of inspections and customer orientation!
Its main services include hard-time maintenance, external cleaning, overhauls and
modifications of avionic systems and the
airframe, repairs of composites, level III
and II NDT, BSI, undercarriage and engine
replacement, support for aircraft painting,
line maintenance, weighing and overhauls of aircraft, structural inspections
PART 147 TRAINING CENTRE
JOB AIR Technic's training centre is a fully approved EASA Part 147 maintenance
training organisation. Aircraft maintenance technicians are trained internally
through a combination of theoretical and
practical training for the following aircraft
• Boeing 737 CL (CFM56)
• Boeing 737 NG (CFM56)
• Airbus A 318/A 319/A 320/A 321
(CFM 56; V2500)
The centre can also offer third-party organisations the following mandatory training: Fuel Tank Safety, Human Factors,
Interested parties can also book tours of
the service centre.
The tour is led by experienced personnel
who will gladly answer any questions, and
show you around one of the largest hangars in Central Europe, where we perform
aircraft repair and maintenance.
Cooperation with Schools
JOB AIR Technic actively collaborates
with schools focused on technical subjects and aeronautics. The company offers
practical training to students of aeronautical secondary schools and universities.
It also cooperates with students on Bachelor's theses and dissertations.
Like in other branches of industry, logistics play a major and important role in the
aircraft industry. Efficient and quick delivery of material and parts for aircraft maintenance is of the essence. Prices of materials are regularly evaluated and
examined to maintain competitiveness.
All material requirements are coordinated over the course of aircraft inspection,
including materials provided by the end
customer. The most important aspect is
ensuring the availability of the required
materials in the best possible time and at
the best possible price. The company offers comprehensive management of the
material chain, provides a complete assortment of spare parts, consumables
and chemicals and offers solutions for
the replacement/repair of components
for Boeing (737 NG) and Airbus
One Stop Solution
• one of the largest repair centres
in Central and Eastern Europe
• direct and daily contact with
Central European DHL centre
in Leipzig (Germany
• quick delivery of spare parts
• ideal location at the Ostrava
international airport (LKMT; OSR)
• two maintenance hangars
2 wide-body or 8 narrow-body aircraft
at the same time, total area of 17,235 m2
• workshops, warehouses and offices
spanning a total of 12,541 m2
• very competitive fees for landing
• member of CSG