Operating a fleet of nearly 300 aircraft makes EasyJet one of Europe’s largest low-cost airlines. Gary Smith, head of engineering at the UK-based carrier, tells how it has prepared for the arrival of new-generation Airbus narrowbodies and why it has chosen some of its MRO partners. What are some key elements of EasyJet’s maintenance strategy? Since our inception, EasyJet’s maintenance strategy has tended to be quite heavily outsourced, so from a supplier perspective, we ...

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