Aviation Week MRO

By Lindsay Bjerregaard
Avian Inventory Management is seeking additional materials and potential customers for its bespoke surplus parts model.
Supply Chain

By Matthew Fulco
Though the commercial aviation aftermarket grew briskly in the first quarter (Q1), supply chain problems are weighing on the engine segment.
Supply Chain

By Chen Chuanren
The consortium of six aviation companies aims to accelerate the use of recyclable materials, especially carbon fiber and aluminum, from decommissioned aircraft.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By James Pozzi
MRO demand outstripping supply has led to the company ramping up its repair capabilities in the U.S.
MRO

By Keith Mwanalushi
Airinmar details trends that are impacting aftermarket warranty management negotiations.
MRO

By Keith Mwanalushi
International Aerospace Coatings has started using a VR paint training system from AkzoNobel that will reduce waste and improve efficiency.
Emerging Technologies

By Kim Minseok
South Korea is working to establish its own F-35 MRO depot at Cheongju AB by 2027.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Sean Broderick
Boeing’s efforts to address widespread organizational safety problems were met with sharp criticism in two U.S. congressional hearings April 17.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

The agreement was announced last week at MRO Americas.
MRO

By Matthew Fulco
Investment bank Jefferies estimates that aftermarket revenue reached 109% of 2023 levels in the first quarter of 2024.
Supply Chain

By Alex Derber
The maintenance arm of Turkish Airlines has grown third-party sales, including cargo conversion, heavy maintenance and component work.
MRO

Aviation Week Network Staff
Russia’s largest carriers are starting to introduce locally developed software to help maintain their Western-made airliners.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Lindsay Bjerregaard
In its largest year yet, the competition saw growth from all-female and international teams.
MRO

By Lindsay Bjerregaard
Ontic COO Brian Sartain on supporting legacy platforms, supply chain trends and expansions to workforce and facilities.
MRO

By Sean Broderick
The used serviceable materials (USM) market remains hot, with limited availability of high-demand parts.
MRO

By Kurt Hofmann
With some 75% of the new single-aisle engine market and the worst post-pandemic supply chain issues in the rearview mirror, CFM International is now focused on increasing the time on wing of its Leap engines.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Adrian Schofield
Workers from India’s largest aircraft engineering organization are planning a strike, which could potentially cause disruptions for Air India.
Workforce & Training

By Sean Broderick
Michelin's business units are emphasizing capabilities beyond tires, including MRO and aerospace parts distribution.
MRO

By James Pozzi, Sean Broderick, Lindsay Bjerregaard, Lee Ann Shay, Daniel Williams
Listen in to the first-ever MRO Podcast to be recorded live in front of an audience as Aviation Week's team share their takeaways from MRO Americas 2024 in Chicago.
MRO Podcast

By Chen Chuanren
With two active lines at present, Embraer is aiming for a three-month conversion timeline per aircraft, or 12 conversions per year.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Christine Boynton
Quality standdowns that began within Boeing Commercial Airplanes are also extending across the OEM’s Global Services segment, a senior company executive said.
MRO

By James Pozzi
Engine manufacturer is building up its aftermarket presence in Florida.
MRO

By Steve Trimble
A series of DARPA programs since 2016 have demonstrated the reliability of the “formal methods” coding approach on quadcopters and other UAS.
MRO Americas

By James Pozzi
The Swiss MRO is investing in its shop in Zurich to ready it for the first GTF induction.
MRO Americas

Lauren Makely, the Development Manager at Airlink, recently spoke to Aviation Week Network.
MRO Americas