Paul Seidenman

Paul Seidenman
Engine MROs See Opportunity In Component Repair Development 
MROs seek to reduce costs by developing repair solutions from scratch.
Aero Norway Ramps Up CFM56 Induction Capability
With the CFM56 MRO market showing continued strength, Aero Norway has increased its production capability to accommodate 102 inductions for 2019, up from 80 last year.
GE Expands Engine Testing As GEnx Test Cell In Brazil Ramps Up
Three months after its official opening, GE Celma's new test cell at Tres Rios, Brazil, is providing expanded capacity and testing post-overhaul GEnx testing.
Why Electric Propulsion Could Be Disruptive For MRO 
Electric propulsion for commercial aircraft, once viable, could force massive changes on MRO providers.
How Batteries Need To Develop To Match Jet Fuel 
For electric power to replace current engines on commercial aircraft, major improvements in battery technology will be needed.
New Alloys, Coatings, Design Considerations For Wheels 
Balancing costs and benefits of new materials and corrosion-resistant coatings, along with new designs such as boltless wheels, involves making tradeoffs.
LED Lighting Expanding Exterior Applications 
Better durability, cost, weight savings, power consumption and color quality support the business case for upgrading aircraft with LED lighting.
Lufthansa Technik Prepares For LEAP Engine Support
MRO expects its first induction for the engine family in 2019.
Assessing The Engine Aftermarket Capacity Crunch 
Why airlines and operators have a hard time finding used engine material and shop slots, and the future outlook.
Airlines’ DIY Option: Make Your Own Parts 
Owner-operator-produced parts are almost a DIY approach for airlines to get quality parts faster and cheaper.
Multiple Players Optimize Opportunities With Used Serviceable Avionics 
The rising market is sparking interest in parts-trading among avionics OEMs.
ADS-B Out Mandate Spurs Increasing Interest In ADS-B In 
Adding ADS-B In would give pilots the ability to view, on a flight deck display, the presence of other nearby aircraft through receiving their precise ADS-B Out position information.
Top Aircraft Teardown Contenders 

For the past several years, the aircraft teardown industry has been buffeted by a reduction in the number of aircraft being parted out, as moderate fuel prices and strong air traffic growth have kept midlife aircraft flying under lease extensions or renewals. Coupled with this, investment capital to buy or lease aircraft has been more readily available, increasing competition for existing assets—all across the aircraft life cycle.

Airlines Improving Dispatch Reliability Via Line Maintenance 
Airlines and vendors adapt to shifting line-service needs.
Avionics OEMs Incorporating More Flight-Safety Solutions 
Avionics OEMs target flight safety-focused technologies for the cockpit.
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