Data on new aircraft types allow more sophisticated maintenance

Credit: AFI-KLM E&M 

Engines and aircraft have been using data to improve maintenance for decades. Inflight faults can prompt downloads during flight to begin troubleshooting before touchdown. Much bigger sets of performance data downloaded at gates can spot trends that assist maintenance planning. The newest aircraft...

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