How China Airlines Is Prepping For Post-Pandemic Rebound

By Chen Chuanren Sep 11, 2020
Engineering and Maintenance Organization turns attention from innovation to focus on controlling costs and preventing infection among workforce.
MRO Asia

What Radical Engine Changes Means For The Aftermarket

By Guy Norris Sep 11, 2020
Coming evolution toward electric and/or hydrogen propulsion for aircraft will create challenges as well as opportunities for MRO providers.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Why Engine Aftermarket Could Be Facing A Big Jolt

By Lee Ann Shay Sep 11, 2020
New and rapidly evolving engine technologies could imply big changes for MRO.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Innovation Accelerators Say Tech Key To Surviving Aviation’s Downturn

By Lindsay Bjerregaard Sep 10, 2020
Despite pandemic-related uncertainty, aviation industry tech accelerators are pressing on with innovation efforts.
Emerging Technologies

CFM56 Nears Production End, But Aftermarket Goes On

By Lee Ann Shay Sep 10, 2020
With its large installed base, the CFM56 will generate engine MRO revenue for years to come.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Digitized Supply Chains Could Be Accelerated Post-COVID-19

By James Pozzi Sep 10, 2020
The pandemic is driving faster adoption of digital supply chain management tools, as MROs and OEMs seek to minimize costs.
Supply Chain

Why Inflight Connectivity Antennas Are Playing Catch-Up

By Paul Seidenman Sep 10, 2020
Inflight connectivity has revolutionized the passenger experience, but it continues to have issues with undependable internet connections and content…
Interiors & Connectivity

Inside MRO News Highlights And Contracts, September 2020

Sep 10, 2020
HIGHLIGHTS MROs, eVTOL Manufacturers Begin Collaboration Urban air mobility (UAM) vehicle manufacturers and MROs are beginning to lay the groundwork…
MRO

Have Time And Space Helped SpaceJet?

By Alex Derber Sep 09, 2020
Analyzing the outlook for Mitsubishi’s SpaceJet program, including the aftermarket, and what the purchase of Bombardier’s CRJ program means for it.
Aircraft & Propulsion

COVID-19 Prompts MRO Changes For JAL

By Adrian Schofield Sep 09, 2020
How JAL Engineering is adjusting its maintenance operations to the COVID-19 pandemic while upgrading its capabilities.
Aircraft & Propulsion

MAXs Face Several Hundred Hours Of Modifications

By Sean Broderick Sep 08, 2020
Several modifications still undefined as regulators finalize requirements for 737 MAX return to service.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Opinion: MRO Workforce Actions Needed Now

Brett Levanto Sep 04, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic is making addressing MRO workforce issues more important than ever.
Workforce & Training

Eight Startups That Could Transform The Aviation Ecosystem

By Lindsay Bjerregaard Sep 03, 2020
A look at tech startups providing innovative new technologies for aviation from the supply chain all the way to the aftermarket.
Emerging Technologies

Boeing Instructions Detail Some Required 737 MAX Work

By Sean Broderick Aug 18, 2020
Boeing’s detailed instructions for modifying 737 MAXs as part of the FAA’s planned requirements call for more than 200 work hrs. per aircraft, with most of the effort needed for addressing non-compliant wiring.
Program Management

Imagining MRO Post-COVID-19: Steps For the Future

By Lee Ann Shay Aug 14, 2020
The pandemic has been a catalyst for change, from accelerated digitalization to new training technologies.
Program Management

Sustainability In MRO: A Competitive Advantage?

By Alex Derber Aug 14, 2020
Why sustainability is not being sidelined by leading MROs because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sustainability

Airbus, Operators Study On-Aircraft Fume Anomalies

By Sean Broderick Aug 14, 2020
New program, system upgrades target recurring, mysterious in-service incidents.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Mandate Targets 737 Fuel-System Checks For Corrosion

By Sean Broderick Aug 14, 2020
Regulators mandate manual checks before returning parked, older-generation Boeing 737s to service.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Air Zimbabwe Working To Have EU Flying Ban Lifted

By James Pozzi Aug 14, 2020
How Air Zimbabwe is improving its safety record to address the EU flight ban and the COVID-19 pandemic.
MRO

COVID-19 Prompts Airlines To Reconsider Lavatory Features And Design

By Paul Seidenman Aug 14, 2020
How OEMS are upgrading lavoratories to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic.
MRO

Aircraft Passenger Seat Design Gets Smarter

By Thierry Dubois Aug 14, 2020
Weaknesses at established suppliers have opened the door to newcomers with innovative products, especially in economy seats.
Interiors & Connectivity

Could COVID-19 Accelerate MRO’s Push To Paperless?

By James Pozzi Aug 14, 2020
Seeking cost and efficiency gains, the industry may see a step change toward paperless processes, especially in the wake of the pandemic.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Technician Training Adapts To ‘The New Normal’

By Lindsay Bjerregaard Aug 13, 2020
Emerging technologies may be key in rebuilding a robust MRO workforce during industry recovery.
Workforce & Training

Dupont Fuel Additive Ban Targets 737 MAX Fuel Systems

By Sean Broderick Aug 12, 2020
CFM Leap 1B-related restrictions likely first in a series of mandates to ensure product is not used on aircraft engines.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Analyzing CF34 Engine Reliability

By Lee Ann Shay Aug 12, 2020
Expect the GE CF34 to be an engine that will be around for a while and one that will not see many migrate to the desert.
Aircraft & Propulsion

 

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