AW&ST MRO Edition, November: MRO Asia issue

Our MRO Asia issue examines ways to save time and money with lease returns, as well as an engine analysis of the CFM56. In addition, what's happening with parts pooling in Asia?

Our MRO Asia issue examines many facets of the industry there, which in 2014 accounts for 17% of the civil aviaiton market. We'll take a deep dive into who is doing what--and how the changing international airline partnerships and fleet changes affect that.

The Nov. 3/10 MRO Edition also examines the business of lease returns, which affects 40% of  the commercial aviation fleet--and it has long way to go in terms of efficiencies. We examine what OEMs, MROs, leasing companies and airlines are doing to improve this expensive and timely process.

Our engine analysis looks at the popular CFM56: its reliability and upcoming service needs.

What's happening with parts pooling in this region? In addition, what are the best practices and innovations in avionics No Fault Found (or rogue) management? 

Read about all of this in the Nov. 3/10 MRO Edition!

 

 

 

 

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