In Lithuania, because of some leading European aviation brands based in Vilnius and Kaunas, there is a rapidly developing Maintenance, repair and operations hub in the CEE with the benefits of a Free Economic Zone. Kaunas has a great infrastructure for MRO cluster development – Kaunas International Airport (KUN) runway is the longest (3,250 meters) in Lithuania and has an area of 16,000 m2 available for MRO facilities. The developing areas for a local MRO cluster are aircraft painting, line maintenance, base maintenance, aircraft modifications, engine repair, landing gear repair, aircraft disassembly, parts supply. Kaunas is a great location for your MRO business not only because of an infrastructure, but because of a highly qualified talent pool as well. Kaunas Technical College offers Craft Mechanism Maintenance study programme and Kaunas university of Technologies – Aviation Engineering programme. In Lithuania, there are more than 500 students currently enrolled in Aviation related subjects, so there is a great potential of growing and developing your success story in MRO sector in Kaunas.