With new engines needing ‘hospital’ shop visits and mid-life engines nearing their overhaul peaks, engine shop, spare and part supplies are stressed. One way of relieving at least shop stress may be more resourceful use of engine line maintenance capabilities. Sven Taubert, head of corporate foresight and market intelligence at Lufthansa Technik, predicts the 2020s will see more mobile maintenance for engines and aircraft to reduce shop visits and ground times. Zoran Bozic, ...

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