New GE Aviation Leadership Focuses On Aftermarket Ramp-Up

By Alex Derber Jun 30, 2022
The new CEO of GE Aviation’s commercial equipment and services business has highlighted technology’s role in boosting production of new engines and…
Aircraft & Propulsion

MRO Memo: Future PTF Demand Insights

By James Pozzi Jun 30, 2022
How demand is growing for specific converted aircraft types.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Certified Aviation Services Restructures San Bernardino Operations

By Lindsay Bjerregaard Jun 28, 2022
After layoffs and leadership changes, CAS’s San Bernardino facility will now focus on AOG Go-Team operations.

Complete Aircraft Group Acquires Aerocare Aviation Services

By Lindsay Bjerregaard Jun 28, 2022
The acquisition will break CAG into the business aviation segment and expand Aerocare’s painting capabilities for commercial aircraft.

South Pacific MROs Restart Growth

By Henry Canaday Jun 28, 2022
South Pacific MROs are thinking about growth as air traffic recovers, but supply chain challenges are hindering progress.

How A Recession Could Impact the Aftermarket Supply Chain

By Alex Derber Jun 27, 2022
Could the economic doomsday scenario provide an unlikely balm for the industry's squeezed supply chain?
Supply Chain

AFI KLM E&M Eyes More Digital Developments

By Alex Derber Jun 27, 2022
The French-Dutch maintenance provider aims to further develop predictive maintenance offerings while also looking to utilize artificial intelligence and big data.
Emerging Technologies

Embraer Seals First Freighter Conversion Deal

By Alan Dron Jun 24, 2022
The order is for up to 10 aircraft for an undisclosed customer with the feedstock coming from the customer’s current E-Jet fleet.
Aircraft & Propulsion

GE Aviation Ramps Up Robotics for MRO

By Lindsay Bjerregaard Jun 24, 2022
GE Aviation is developing new robotics and automation technologies to improve engine cleaning, inspection and repair.
Emerging Technologies

MRO News Briefs, June 19-25, 2022

Jun 24, 2022
China Southern Launches 5G for Maintenance Ops China Southern Airlines announced that it has launched what it says is China’s first 5G private…

Fast 5: How The Regional Aircraft MRO Market Is Faring

By James Pozzi Jun 23, 2022
Wolfgang Henle, managing director of Austrian Technik Bratislava, talks to James Pozzi about the robustness of the regional aircraft aftermarket and why it is looking at augmented reality to aid shop efficiencies.
Aircraft & Propulsion

MRO Memo: Travels In Europe

By James Pozzi Jun 23, 2022
Views from Aviation Week’s recent MRO conferences in London and Istanbul.

Heston MRO Expands Technical Training Program

By Lindsay Bjerregaard Jun 22, 2022
Heston MRO has received regulatory approval for training courses covering a variety of additional aircraft and engine types.
Workforce & Training

Ukraine War Increases Damage To Aftermarket

By Henry Canaday Jun 22, 2022
Escalating costs of metals could cause supply chain disruptions for aviation OEMs and reduce supply of spares.
Supply Chain

MROs Cite Inflation Rise Concerns Following Russian Invasion

By James Pozzi Jun 21, 2022
Challenges related to the Russian invasion of Ukraine were discussed at MRO BEER in Istanbul.

Emirates Airline Budgets For Continuing Cargo Boom

By Alan Dron Jun 20, 2022
The continuing boom in air cargo has spurred Emirates Airline to further increase its dedicated freighter fleet.

Digitalization Offers Labor Gains

By Alex Derber Jun 20, 2022
Airlines look to digital platforms to drive efficiency gains in the face of labor shortages.
Emerging Technologies

MRO Mergers and Acquisitions: Time To Deal?

By Henry Canaday Jun 20, 2022
MROs are beginning to eye merger and acquisition opportunities as the aftermarket moves further into recovery.

Industry Expects 12 More Months Of Supply Chain Pain

By Alex Derber Jun 19, 2022
Equity research firm Jefferies pinpoints labor challenges and material costs as biggest headwinds.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Dublin Aerospace Expands Line Network To Belfast

By James Pozzi Jun 19, 2022
The MRO provider will open a station at Belfast City Airport.
Aircraft & Propulsion
EASA’s Ky ‘Very Worried’ About Russian Safety Risk
As Russian operators seek ways to keep Western-built aircraft flying amid sanctions, EASA’s top official is concerned that the related safety risks could grow.
natalia.pelayo… Fri, 06/17/2022 - 14:43
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MRO News Briefs, June 12-18, 2022

Jun 17, 2022
Ametek Singapore PTE Appointed As Honeywell Authorized Repair Center Honeywell has appointed Ametek Singapore PTE as a Honeywell authorized repair…

MRO Memo: Lindsay and Lee Ann’s North Carolina Adventure

By Lee Ann Shay Jun 16, 2022
When Lindsay Bjerregaard and I got invited to go to North Carolina, we jumped at the opportunity. First of all, summer road trips are always fun, and…

Airlines Push Forward Digitalization Plans

By James Pozzi Jun 16, 2022
Carriers shared their digitalization strategies at MRO BEER in Istanbul.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Spairliners Ramps Up Capacity, Warns Of Supply Chain Disruptions

By Keith Mwanalushi Jun 16, 2022
Spairliners is expecting a strong return in demand for its services in both European and American markets as aircraft operators plan for a strong…
Aircraft & Propulsion