Paul Seidenman

Paul Seidenman
MROs Need To Invest In Repairs For Advanced Aircraft 
With a rapid ramp-up of new aircraft using new materials, MRO providers need to increase R&D to develop repairs.
Next-Gen Jets Driving New Repair Technology Trends 
With a rapid ramp-up to new platforms and new materials, MROs need to increase R&D and find new ways to make repairs.
Composite Structural Repairs At Field Level Evolve 6
Airframes with higher composite content need aircraft-on-ground solutions.
Portable Clean Rooms For Composite Repairs
Even a hangar may not provide a sufficiently contamination-free environment needed for certain types of repairs, but sealed-off portable, inflatable shelters can provided the needed conditions.
Independent MROs Must Adapt To Survive 
Independent MROs need new strategies to survive as next-generation, high-tech aircraft come into service.
JetBlue Adopts iPads For Line Maintenance  2
After evaluating multiple tablet devices for maintenance functions, JetBlue selects the Apple iPad and is already seeing improved efficiency.
Effects Of Next-Generation Aircraft On MRO Prospects 4
As new-generation aircraft enter airline fleets, MRO providers will face challenges, including working with new materials and competition from OEMs.
High-Memory RFID Delivering Results, But ERP Backbone Needed First
Installation of high-memory RFID tags in all aircraft parts could make maintenance simpler and more efficient, but some obstacles remain to be addressed.
Aligning Shop Capacity With Seasonal MRO Demand  1
Carefully targeted marketing and strategic planning can ensure that MROs make the most of seasonal down time.
Using Geography To Maximize Seasonal Shifts 
Canadian-based MRO taps into South American market to pick up the slack during its slow season.
MROs May, Or May Not, Reap Low Fuel-Cost Dividends
Although lower fuel costs may generate more MRO work as older aircraft get a new lease on life, the impact and duration of that trend is hard to predict.
Ways MROs Address Composite Material Challenges 
Efficient management of composite repairs forces MRO providers to focus on advance planning and evaluating alternatives
StandardAero Uses Four Factors To Manage Composites 
For StandardAero, composites management relies on short-term trends
Keeping Up With Composite Material A Challenge For MROs 
SAN FRANCISCO—Composites continue making inroads on airframe and engine components, but for MROs in the composite structure repair business, managing the exotic carbon fiber materials and adhesives can be a logistical nightmare.
Best Practices For AMOCs To Airworthiness Directives 
Airlines, MROs can save time and money by identifying alternate methods of compliance (AMOC) for FAA airworthiness directives

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