Hydraulics monitoring and troubleshooting might be getting easier. Revima and its Flightwatching unit have monitored hydraulic systems on about 200 aircraft to date. Flightwatching chief Jean-Philippe Beaujard says it is still too early to provide reliable information on potential benefits. “We are mainly guided by our customer needs,” Beaujard notes. “When they have an issue on the hydraulic system, we put in place the best monitoring we can get from their fleet without ...

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