CFM International CFM56

By Sean Broderick
The Aviation Supply Chain Integrity Coalition (ASCIC) is starting with a 90-day review of current supply chain operations.
Supply Chain

By Lindsay Bjerregaard
Global Engine Maintenance shares perspectives on Latin American aftermarket trends and upcoming expansion plans.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Keith Mwanalushi
Although demand for engine core performance restorations is high, supply chain issues are impeding turnaround times.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Aviation Week Staff
Russia’s federal air transport agency Rosaviatsia has told S7 Airlines to change its de-icing procedures after its Boeing 737-800s suffered engine stalls.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

By Guy Norris
The agency and airframer are overcoming atmospheric and technical challenges to see how sustainable aviation fuel affects emissions and contrails.
Emerging Technologies

By Keith Mwanalushi
Magnetic Group highlights price increases, staff shortages and longer turnaround times as potential hurdles for the CFM56 market in 2024.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Alex Derber
Supply chain delays, parts price inflation and engine troubles are likely to continue challenging MRO providers in 2024.
MRO

By James Pozzi
FTAI Aviation has acquired full ownership of QuickTurn Engine Center.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Victoria Moores
The UK LCC's all CFM-powered fleet means it is “unaffected” by Pratt & Whitney engine issues that are set to impact operators over the coming months.
Airlines & Lessors

By Sean Broderick
Industry has dealt with bogus parts issues for years. Could the latest case help jump-start long-discussed, digitially driven traceability?
Safety, Ops & Regulation

By James Pozzi
MRO providers and OEMs seek changes in the parts approval and procurement processes in the wake of the documentation falsification discovery.
Supply Chain

By Sean Broderick
AOG’s scheme underscores a larger, all-too-familiar challenge for aircraft operators, lessors, and maintainers.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Sean Broderick
The FAA is changing how manufacturers demonstrate engines and nacelles can adequately withstand failures, but the process will take time.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Sean Broderick
Both GE and Safran pushed through high-single-digit spares price hikes in August, executives confirmed on recent earnings calls.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Alex Derber
With engine overhaul turn times drifting outwards, business is booming for providers of alternative solutions.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Sean Broderick
CFM said that it has reviewed all documentation turned over by AOG Technics following a UK court order issued in early October.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Keith Mwanalushi
Aviation Week speaks with newly appointed Aero Norway CEO Neil Russell on the sidelines of MRO Europe about his business priorities.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By James Pozzi
Test capability adds to existing hospital shop visit services at the facility.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Sean Broderick
CFM's new blades, which can be installed on all CFM56-5B and -7B versions, include increased wall thickness and an optimized dovetail design to minimize stress.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Sean Broderick
In some cases, parts are in short supply. In others, raw materials needed for repairs are not available.
Supply Chain

By Sean Broderick
The agency has given Boeing seven years to ensure new nacelle design is installed on the 737 Next Generation fleet.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

By Rob Hall
High parts demand and low USM supply are causing parts shortages that are increasing shop visit and component repair turnaround times.
Supply Chain

Freighter conversions and new joint ventures dominate this month’s Contracts and Briefs.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Christine Boynton
So far CFM and GE Aerospace—a 50-50 owner of CFM along with Safran—have identified 95 falsified documents impacting 126 engines.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Sean Broderick
Forged documents and regulatory emphasis of paperwork’s importance combine to spark fake parts sales scheme.
Safety, Ops & Regulation