Naples & Rome
for Wide Bodies
for Narrow Bodies
Atitech is the largest independent MRO (Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul) in the EMEA (Europe-Middle East-Africa) market. From its two bases in Naples Capodichino and Rome Fiumicino, the company provides highly qualified basic maintenance services (heavy and light), technical design, aeronautical design solutions and workshop activities. With a total of 9 hangars, Atitech boasts a customer base of over 100 companies including airlines, institutional and government bodies. Furthermore, Atitech offers its own line maintenance service at 32 peripheral airports: 21 in Italy and 11 abroad.
Since 2009 it has been led by President and CEO Gianni Lettieri.
We can accommodate up to 2 wide-body aircraft in our Capodichino facilities and 5 wide-body aircraft in Fiumicino.
We can accommodate up to 16 narrow body aircraft in our Capodichino facilities and 6 narrow body aircraft in Fiumicino
With acquisition in November 2022 of Alitalia Engineering & Maintenance, Atitech has further expanded its range of services and locations. Our facilities consist of hangars, workshops, parking areas, storage areas, technical plants, engine run aprons and office buildings.
We carry out cabin modifications approved by EASA Part 21J and small interventions on avionics components, systems, structures and engines. We offer design solutions compatible with the highest industry standards.
Atitech is funding scholarships for the Level II Master’s Degree
Once again this year, Atitech is a sponsor of the
Popular TV host Marco Columbro interviewed Atitech president and CEO Gianni Lettieri. The interview was aired on SKY channel 824 in the episode of “Leader” broadcast on Wednesday, January 24.
The report aired on TGR Campania (7:30 p.m. edition of Jan. 9, 2024) in which Atitech President and CEO Gianni Lettieri explains the aims and developments of the solidarity initiative implemented by the Capodichino-based company.
ROME, 21 November 2023 – Gianni Lettieri received the Associazione Valore Uomo 2023 award with the motivation “for his daily commitment to enhancing the Italian industrial tradition, contributing to bringing the South to the forefront of technological development”.