Flitetec offers PED holder and lighting solutions


Following the signing of two new business deals, Flitetec has launched some new products and services.

The firm has partnered with SmartTray International to offer its full range of holder solutions for PEDs such as phones and tablets. It has also completed an agreement to distribute Wamco’s aerospace lighting products and technologies, from cockpit instrument lights to reading lamps.

Flitetec has completed an agreement to distribute Wamco’s aerospace lighting products and technologies

“These milestone agreements significantly enhance the capabilities of both the manufacturing and distribution arms of our business,” said Trevor Lea, Flitetec managing director. “Working with companies of the calibre of Wamco and SmartTray will allow us to provide even greater support for airlines, leasing companies and MRO service providers as they continue to face rising cost pressures and higher customer experience expectations.”

Under the new partnership with SmartTray, Flitetec is able to modify and upgrade existing tray tables, arm and head rests and seat backs to incorporate PED holders – or integrate them into interiors for new fleet programmes. The modifications will be carried out and released with a Form 1 through Flitetec’s EASA or CAA Part 145 licence.

Flitetec managing director Trevor Lea

The Wamco ranges cover requirements from cabin lighting, passenger information and signs to cockpit switches, panels and instruments as well as taxi lighting, cargo area lighting, side lighting and warning lamps. These include miniature and sub-miniature lamps, long-life reading lamps, halogen and neon lamps, quartz sealed beam and fluorescent lamps, kilowatt (KW) displays and readouts and coloured binned LEDs.

The new partnerships follow hot on the heels of Flitetec’s acquisition of SC Screenprint to complement its existing design, manufacturing, repair and distribution expertise.

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