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Lindsay Bjerregaard

Lindsay
Bjerregaard
Digital Content Producer, MRO,
Aviation Week Network

Lindsay Bjerregaard is the digital editorial producer for Aviation Week’s MRO portfolio. She is responsible for creating and curating aviation product and service news for MRO-Network.com, MRO Links and Inside MRO.

Prior to joining Aviation Week, Lindsay produced editorial coverage of the automotive industry for Cars.com and Robb Report. She also managed websites and digital publications for the American Bar Association. Lindsay, based in Chicago, graduated from the University of Iowa with a degree in Journalism and English.

Articles
Transforming Maintenance Training With Next-Gen Technology 
MRO providers, OEMs and schools all see potential benefits to using advanced simulation technologies to train technicians.
Ground Support Equipment Providers Gain Ground 
New product lines, customer orders and facility expansions are driving business growth for these GSE providers.
Companies, Schools Woo Potential Workforce In Oshkosh 
Maintenance providers and technical schools doubled down on recruitment efforts at EAA’s annual aviation show.
Is MRO Dropping The Ball on Drop-Prevention Safety? 
Aircraft maintenance providers are showing reticence to adopt tool- drop prevention systems despite growing proof of safety risks.
Boeing Outlook Projects Demand For 804,000 Pilots 
Boeing projects a 20-year demand for 804,000 new civil aviation pilots, 769,000 new maintenance techs and 914,000 new cabin crew staff for commercial aviation, bizav and the civil helo industries.
MRO Delivered To Your Doorstep 
Will operators opt for bespoke “on-the-go” MRO models aimed at making maintenance more convenient and efficient?
Collaboration Dominates Paris MRO Dealings 
Boeing bags first-of-its-kind Airbus A320 support contract
Fast 5: ST Engineering Expands Global Reach And Tech Capabilities 
Lim Serh Ghee, president of ST Engineering’s Aerospace Sector, talks global growth plans ahead of the Paris Air Show.
Wiping Out Germs, Odors and Insects In Aircraft Cabins 
Passengers can rest easier thanks to products that target maximum cleanliness in cabin air, water and surfaces.
Southwest To Build New Denver Maintenance Hangar 
Southwest Airlines plans to begin constructing its first maintenance hangar at the Denver International Airport (DEN) this summer.
Spirit Takes Time On New MRO Facility Decision 
Spirit Airlines debates how much MRO to outsource or bring in-house with a planned new facility.
How Auto Industry Is Inspiring Aviation Innovation 
From aircraft seats to autonomous technologies, the aviation industry is looking to automotive for new ideas and best practices.
Reducing Turnaround Times With ETL Software 
These electronic tech log platforms are helping maintenance staff prepare for faster repairs through paperless defect reporting.
Introducing The 2019 20 Twenties
Aviation Week and AIAA recognize these exceptional aerospace students for their academic achievements as well as their extracurricular pursuits, such as passionate advocacy of STEM education.
What Will Flying Taxis Mean For MRO? 
Industry stakeholders at CES 2019 delve into what the urban air mobility industry will look like in the future and what is still standing in the way.

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