Silk Way Technics celebrates its 15th anniversary.
Founded in 2006, the company initially focused on providing maintenance services for CIS-manufactured aircraft before expanding its client base to include international airlines operating flights to Azerbaijan.
In 2010, with the European Aviation Safety Agency certification came the opportunity to service Boeing, Airbus, Embraer, ATR and Gulfstream aircraft.
Since then, the company has been recognised as a global aircraft maintenance organisation by the aviation authorities of the United States, Bahrain, Qatar, Kuwait, and the United Arab Emirates, amongst others.
Today, Silk Way Technics’ customer base includes not only leading domestic carriers Silk Way West Airlines, Silk Way Airlines and Azerbaijan Airlines, but also airlines from the CIS countries, Europe, and the Middle East, including Aeroflot, Etihad, Jazeera Airways, Kuwait Airways, Qatar Airways, Sibir, Ural Airways and others.
The Silk Way Technics hangar complex covering 26,000 m² at Baku’s Heydar Aliyev International Airport is the largest in the Caspian and Central Asian region and is equipped to carry out maintenance of several aircraft simultaneously.
“The acquisition of valuable long-term experience, as well as the continuous modernisation of our technical base and technological infrastructure are our most important achievements. Thanks to this, Silk Way Technics provides comprehensive services for Azerbaijani carriers as well as other leading global airlines. We are not resting on our laurels, however, and are constantly improving our capacity to provide maintenance for the latest-generation aircraft,” said Silk Way Technics director general, Emin Safarov.