Recently Atitech had the privilege to participate to the 73rd ELMO meeting which took place in Nantes on 13 & 14 February 2023, event organized and hosted by HOP!, the regional branch of Air France.
The ELMO meeting, which takes place twice per year and is usually held one month ahead of IATP conference, is a unique opportunity to put together all line managers of the major European airlines, giving a great opportunity to all participants to share their experience, best practices and to develop a network of professionals who understand airlines, concerns and issues related to line maintenance services.
Atitech was invited to this event, even not being an airline but an MRO, thanks to its good relationship with the airlines as provider of Line Maintenance Services.
25 people involved in Aircraft Line Maintenance participated to this event (12 airlines were represented and only one independent MRO, Atitech) with the goal of learning from each other’s’ experiences, discussing upcoming challenges and sharing expertise to find solutions. It was also a chance to identify new opportunities for potential business collaboration in the outstations supported by Atitech line maintenance personnel.
Atitech, with the acquisition of Alitalia Engineering & Maintenance last Nov 1st 2022, took over 21 Line Maintenance Stations in Italy: FCO (line & base), NAP (line & base), MXP, LIN, AHO, CAG, OLB, TRN, GOA, VRN, VCE, TRS, BLQ, FLR, PSA, BRI, BDS, SUF, REG, PMO and CTA, and 11 Line Maintenance Stations outside Italy: CDG, FRA, MUC, SVO, ALG, CMN, TUN, TLV, KIX, GRU and EZE, assisting over 100 airlines on all the stations for Line Maintenance Services.
Atitech really thanks all Delegates, and in particular Carlos Mendes and Angelique Calmels for the event organization and for the kind invitation.