Paul Seidenman

Paul Seidenman
Articles
Empire Fitting ATRs With Modern EFIS

Empire Airlines has initiated an extensive electronic flight instrument system (EFIS) modernization project for its ATR freighters.  Under its EFIS Screen Replacement Program, the cargo carrier plans to install a current-generation display suite on its entire ATR fleet, consisting of 11 ATR 42-300 and -320s and seven ATR 72-212s.

StandardAero Preparing For First HTF7000 Heavy Maintenance

StandardAero has initiated engine test cell modifications and technician training at its Augusta, Georgia facility in preparation for the first heavy maintenance visits of the Honeywell HTF7000.

Aerial Firefighter Modifies Maintenance For Reconfigured Regional Jets 19
Neptune Aviation Services has repurposed a BAe 146 as an air tanker—and designed proactive maintenance support for it.
High-Performance Oils Increasingly Favored For Helicopters 
Turboshaft engine manufacturers are moving toward high-performance-capable/high-thermal-stability lubricating oils, spurred by the intense demands of many helicopter missions.
Regional Airlines And Aftermarket In Transition 
How are MROs adjusting to introduction of new regional aircraft with longer maintenance intervals while some carriers extend the life of older aircraft?
Considerations For Parts Planning And Provisioning 
Parts commonality among fleets is anything but common, so how do airlines manage this problem?
Lube Oils, Hydraulic Fluids Meet More Challenging Environments 3
Over the next 20-30 years, when engines will burn at core temperatures of as much as 100 to 200F above what they are today.
HPC Engine Oils Proving Their Value Proposition
High-performance capable oils can cut maintenance costs by reducing coking and component failure.
OEMs In Aftermarket: Good, Bad and Ugly 
As OEMS increase aftermarket penetration, stand-alone MRO providers must devise new strategies and customized service approaches to remain competitive.
Certifying Cabin Upgrades Gets More Complicated  4
Learn how suppliers test seats and wireless transmissions on various frequencies and signal strengths to make sure interior Wi-Fi systems will work.
Airline Cabin Mods Deliver For Passengers 
From better inflight entertainment to consistently branded cabins, interior modifications focus on the passenger experience.
MROs Need To Invest In Repairs For Advanced Aircraft
With a rapid ramp-up of new aircraft using new materials, MRO providers need to increase R&D to develop repairs.
Will Airlines Face More Seat Supplier Problems? 
Three seat manufacturers supply the majority of airline seats. Will certification problems and big backlogs open opportunities for new seat manufacturers with engineering capabilities?
Next-Gen Jets Driving New Repair Technology Trends
With a rapid ramp-up to new platforms and new materials, MROs need to increase R&D and find new ways to make repairs.
Composite Structural Repairs At Field Level Evolve 8
Airframes with higher composite content need aircraft-on-ground solutions.
 

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