Aviation Week MRO

By Guy Norris
An inspection system used to detect art forgeries is set for deployment to MRO shops via GE Aerospace’s soon-to-open Services Technology Acceleration Center.
Emerging Technologies

By Angus Batey
The business’ charter and MRO divisions have also seen significant changes in the post-pandemic period.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Lindsay Bjerregaard
Vaughn College’s VP of Training shares perspectives on some of today’s biggest MRO workforce pipeline challenges.
Workforce & Training

By Thierry Dubois
The moves by the airframer and the engine manufacturer illustrate their all-out effort to make their supply chain more resilient and reliable.
Manufacturing & Supply Chain

By Chen Chuanren
Singapore-based LCC Scoot—which inducted the Embraer E190-E2 into commercial service in May— is set to benefit from ANAC-CAAS agreement.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

By Sean Broderick
The ASCIC was formed earlier in 2024 as a direct response to a records-falsification scandal that made headlines late in 2023.
Supply Chain

By Sean Broderick
The Calgary-based hardware and software-as-a-service specialist partnered with 737NG operator Air North to earn STC certification.
Interiors & Connectivity

By James Pozzi
Unbalanced supply vs. demand dynamics and potential costs incurred cited as future challenges for industry wide SAF adoption.
MRO

By Keith Mwanalushi
Caerdav has launched line maintenance services at the airport to support launch customer Avion Express.
MRO

By James Pozzi
The company opened an airframe and engine parts inventory facility in Miami in April and expects to double staff in the operation by the end of 2024.
MRO

By Alex Derber
Despite long turnaround times driving interest in full engine overhauls, lessors weigh other strategies.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Adrian Schofield
The returned A330 was the 85th Cathay aircraft to be brought back from storage overseas—and it was also the first to enter long-term storage on July 28, 2020.
Airlines & Lessors

By Matthew Fulco
During Aviation Week’s visit to Bombardier’s Montreal headquarters in late May, ebullience was in the air.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By James Pozzi
New facility close to Brussels Airport will initially focus on quick-turn services for Leap 1A and 1B engines.
MRO

By Keith Mwanalushi
AFI KLM E&M is expecting growth in African maintenance demand as it clinches new support contracts in the region.
MRO

By Alex Derber
Aftermarket stakeholders highlight third-party repairs as pinch point for legacy engine shop visit turnarounds.
MRO

Bill Kircher becomes CEO and executive chairman.
MRO

Aviation Week Network Staff
A shortage of spare parts for foreign-made passenger aircraft is forcing Russian carriers to seek alternatives inside the country.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Swaati Ketkar
HCLTech is incorporating generative artificial intelligence features in its iMRO/4 software.
Emerging Technologies

By Alex Derber
ELFC President and CEO Richard Hough cautions potential side effects of unapproved parts safeguarding efforts.
Supply Chain

By Chen Chuanren
The total area will span 110,000 m² (1.2 million ft.²) with three hangars and supporting buildings; the largest hangar will accommodate nine widebody aircraft.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Keith Mwanalushi
ACMI and charter services provider Maleth Aero has become the first organization of its kind to utilize Salient’s maintenance check flight program.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

By Chen Chuanren
The MRO facility will be able to handle up to six widebody aircraft by the second half of 2026.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Alex Derber
Panelists at ELTF Europe discuss sky-high engine lease rates and future market expectations.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Kurt Hofmann
Ethiopian Airlines says the situation with its Rolls-Royce Trent 1000s has become one of its biggest challenges, while Gulf Air says it is holding back its growth.
Aircraft & Propulsion