James Pozzi

James
Pozzi
Online Editor,
MRO-Network.com

As online editor of Aviation Week Network’s MRO-Network.com, James Pozzi oversees digital output through the website as well as curating the MRO Network Daily newsletter. He also covers the latest news from the commercial aftermarket for Inside MRO.

Before joining Aviation Week,  James reported on the aerospace sector in his role as industry editor at The Manufacturer.

Based in London, James trained as a journalist in 2011 by earning a UK industry qualification from The National Council for the Training of Journalists.

Articles
Integrated Systems, AI On The Table For Maintenance Planning 
How MROs and airlines are using technology to improve the maintenance planning process.
Cost And Supply Chain Pressures Dictate Airline MRO Parts Strategies 
Airlines worldwide continue to move toward increasing use of USM and PMA parts to reduce MRO costs.
New Year Brings Sad End To Monarch Saga 
Monarch Aircraft Engineering Ltd. entered bankruptcy on Jan. 4, resulting in the immediate loss of more than 400 jobs.
Engine MRO Will Drive Record Aftermarket Growth 
Aviation Week’s 2019 MRO Fleet & Forecast predicts there will $300 billion In engine aftermarket expenditures in the next decade.
BBA Purchases Firstmark For $97 Million 
BBA Aviation, parent company of component OEM and MRO provider Ontic, has confirmed the acquisition of Firstmark, an aftermarket services provider of components and subsystems, for $97 million.
SES Chief: CFM56 Lease Market To Further Its Ascent 

Growth in the CFM56 engine leasing market is set to continue for at least another five years before reaching its peak, says Julie Dickerson, managing director of Shannon Engine Support (SES).

BBA Buys Firstmark for $97 Million
BBA Aviation, parent company of component OEM and MRO provider Ontic, has confirmed the acquisition of Firstmark, an aftermarket services provider of components and subsystems, for $97 million.
Blockchain Adoption Accelerating
Accenture says uptake of the technology is picking up pace in the aerospace and defense segment.
Smaller, Independent MROs Finding Their Aftermarket Positions 
In a saturated and often challenging market, smaller-size engine repair specialists have ridden the wave for demand to provide the extra capacity needed.
Longevity Expected In Thriving Used Serviceable Materials Market 
As commercial aircraft remain in service longer, market for USM expected to remain strong.
Etihad Looks At Airbus A350 Maintenance Services, Parts Repair Expansion 
To grow its profile in the Middle East, Etihad’s MRO unit expanding its capabilities for new aircraft types and training technicians domestically
AJW Refocuses, Approaches Market ‘Smarter’ 
Since Christopher Whiteside returned to an executive role in 2017, AJW is approaching the market “smarter,” which is reflected in its profitability.
Airframe OEMs Stake Their Aftermarket Claims 
Airbus and Boeing used this year’s Farnborough Airshow to unveil significant new developments in their aftermarket strategies.
AJW Refocuses, Approaches Market ‘Smarter’ 
Having added new customer contracts and appointments to its management team, AJW Group achieved annual growth above 20% last year, its president and CEO says.
Accenture Is Bullish on Blockchain 1
Accenture says uptake of Blockchain technology is catching on faster than expected in aerospace and defense.
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