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James Pozzi

European MRO Editor,
Aviation Week Network

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.

Report: Ryanair Grounds Three 737-800s Related To Pickle Fork Cracks 
Irish LCC Ryanair reportedly has withdrawn three of its Boeing 737-800 aircraft from service after the discovery of cracks located between the aircraft’s fuselage and wing.
Widebody Heavy Maintenance Likely To Grow In Europe 
European MRO providers expected to benefit as more work returns from Asia-Pacific locations because the cost differential narrows.
UK MRO Provider Morson Aircraft Engineering Services To Close 
The September collapse of Thomas Cook Group has had knock on effects for the UK’s MRO industry with one of its maintenance providers announcing it is set to close all operations by the end of 2019.
UK Airlines And Their Maintenance Divisions 
Several UK-based airlines offer third-party MRO, ranging from worldwide services to specialized repairs for local carriers.
Environmental Factors, Automation Driving Aircraft Paint Innovation 
As aircraft coatings products evolve, MRO providers add capabilities to handle new applications and increase efficiency.
Uncertainty About Brexit Troubling UK MRO Providers 
The UK’s uncertain future relationship with the European Union has had wide-ranging effects across its MRO sector, with small to mid-size businesses bearing the brunt of uncertainty.
Aero-Engines Europe: The Key Takeaways

Five discussion points from Aviation Week Network's annual event.

Turkish Technic Transfer To New Istanbul Mega Airport Picks Up 
Ataturk Airport was home to a high level of MRO activity, much of it now being transferred to the new Instanbul Airport.
Airlines, MROs Tackle Busy Summer Travel Season In Europe 
The peak summer months require airlines to optimize their maintenance planning, which must be done year-round.
EASA Grants Approvals To Two Chinese MROs 
Two of Asia-Pacific’s biggest MRO providers have obtained approvals from European regulator EASA.
Rolls-Royce Reaffirms Digital Focus, Optimistic On Trent 1000 Fixes 
As a company driven by technology, Rolls continuously looks to utilize innovations to drive changes.
OEM’s Reach Into MRO Seen Having Few Negative Impacts
The reach and impact of OEMs in the aftermarket is being increasingly felt but analysts are not seeing many negative implications yet.
OEM’s Reach Into MRO Seen Having Few Negative Impacts 
The reach and impact of OEMs in the aftermarket is being increasingly felt, but analysts are not seeing many negative implications yet.
Engine Leasing Slow To Adopt Digital Records 
Leasing experts believe greater standardization is needed to enable more effective digital record-sharing
Thailand Plots MRO Boom With Proposed Eastern Hub 
Thai Airways is expanding MRO facilities as part of a government economic development program to take advantage of airline growth in the region.

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