Polish MRO Still Cautious About Traffic Recovery

By Henry Canaday Jun 26, 2020
Europe’s total daily flights in early June were still down 84% from pre-crisis levels, according to mba Aviation. Only Latin America showed so deep…
MRO

Fast 5: Starting a Teardown Facility in North Carolina

By Lee Ann Shay Jun 26, 2020
Daniel Koechler, general manager of North American Aerospace Industries Corp., a provider of aircraft recycling solutions, and its affiliate,…
MRO

Volume Of Engine Preservation Requests Grows

By Paul Seidenman Jun 24, 2020
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to keep global fleets grounded, one MRO reports a significant increase in its engine preservation business. “We…
MRO

Gameco On Track With Chinese Component, Composite Centers

By James Pozzi Jun 24, 2020
Chinese MRO provider Guangzhou Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (Gameco) broke ground on its component and composite repair centers on Wednesday …
MRO

India’s Traffic Picks Up, Boosting MRO Activity

By Henry Canaday Jun 23, 2020
India’s decision to restart limited domestic passenger airline operations on May 25 is beginning to encourage the aircraft maintenance industry. The…
MRO

JAL and Bridgestone Team Up on Predictive Aircraft Tire Maintenance

By Lindsay Bjerregaard Jun 23, 2020
The collaboration will use flight data and aircraft insights to predict ideal timing for tire replacement.
MRO

Don’t Expect Many M&A Deals Soon

By Henry Canaday Jun 23, 2020
The virus crisis is putting airlines, MROs and OEMs through a brutal shakeout, from which it is uncertain that many carriers and aftermarket…
MRO

Analysts Predict Tough Year For MRO

By Alex Derber Jun 22, 2020
While many MRO providers have started to furlough, lay-off or short-time workers, the full impact of the crisis is yet to be felt, with many analysts…
MRO

MRO News Briefs, June 14-20, 2020

Jun 19, 2020
Magnetic MRO Performs Virtual Aircraft Inspection Magnetic MRO has completed its first virtual aircraft inspection as part of pre-lease preparation…
MRO

Podcast: Airline Procurement Changes: Air France’s Perspective

By Lee Ann Shay Jun 19, 2020
As Air France adjusts its fleet and starts to ramp up flying, what does this mean for its procurement needs?
Podcast

Fast 5: What’s Selling In The Spare Parts Market

By Lee Ann Shay Jun 19, 2020
Tommy Hughes, VAS Aero Services CEO, talks with Lee Ann Shay about the state of the spare parts market and used serviceable material in this Fast 5.
MRO

Hackers Target MRO Provider

By Alex Derber Jun 18, 2020
Digitization has largely been welcomed in the aftermarket but the technological shift comes with hazards.
MRO

Nayak Sees Recovering European Market, Looks For Acquisitions

By Henry Canaday Jun 18, 2020
Intra-European flights dipped more than 92% from January to mid-May, but had recovered to about 84% of pre-crisis levels by June 8, according to…
MRO

France Boosts Clean Aircraft Technologies

By Alex Derber Jun 16, 2020
Earlier this week France unveiled a €15 billion package to support its aerospace industry through and after the COVID-19 crisis.
MRO

ST Engineering Receives First CAAS Approval For Drone Inspections

By James Pozzi Jun 16, 2020
Having investigated the use of drones for aircraft inspections for several years, ST Engineering’s aerospace division has moved a step closer to rolling out the technology after gaining approval from the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) to carry out general visual inspection work.
MRO

COVID-19 Accelerates Digital Innovation in MRO, Manufacturing

By Lindsay Bjerregaard Jun 15, 2020
PTC says digital trends such as augmented reality, Internet of Things and predictive data analytics have become even more valuable during the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Emerging Technologies

MRO News Briefs, June 7-13, 2020

Jun 12, 2020
Tearing Down Turbines Mastermelt America acquired Conecsus Aerospace, which operates a 50,000-sq.-ft commercial and military aircraft engine…
MRO

Used-Parts Market Presents Mix Of Opportunities

By Sean Broderick Jun 11, 2020
An expected surge in used serviceable materials (USM) poses a risk to new-parts sales, but structural fundamentals in global fleets and customer preference should limit the downside for many parts suppliers even as opportunities for used-parts specialists increase.
Maintenance & Training

Fast 5: Dragon Strives For Flexibility In Wake Of COVID-19

By James Pozzi Jun 11, 2020
Jefferson Ding, team leader, aircraft technical asset management, at Singapore-based Dragon Aviation Capital, talks to James Pozzi about the effects…
MRO

GKN Aerospace Obtains FAA Approval For CFM56 Parts in Asia-Pacific

By James Pozzi Jun 11, 2020
In a move that will strengthen its footprint in Asia-Pacific, FAA has granted approval for GKN Aerospace to repair CFM56 engine components at its…
MRO

Going Viral: Remote Monitoring

By Alex Derber Jun 10, 2020
There are many theories about how coronavirus will change the world, but one of the most widely heard is that it will boost remote working. For the…
MRO

What Is Projected Aircraft Mechanic Near-Term Supply And Demand?

By Lindsay Bjerregaard Jun 09, 2020
Ask the Editors: Despite a downturn in aviation, demand for skilled technical personnel will remain high.
Workforce & Training

Industry Surveys Point To Slow Commercial MRO Recovery

By Sean Broderick Jun 09, 2020
Commercial aftermarket revenues are on track to fall 50% in the second quarter (Q2), in line with an industry consensus that has global airline activity slowly increasing after hitting bottom in April, two new surveys show.
MRO

FEAM Banks On Regional Aircraft, Freighter MRO During Downturn

By Lindsay Bjerregaard Jun 09, 2020
The MRO has signed a new line maintenance contract with Air Wisconsin Airlines and is adding technicians and facilities to support growing freighter operations across the U.S.
MRO

Chinese MRO Rebounding, But Seeks Restraint On OEM Pricing

By Henry Canaday Jun 08, 2020
China’s domestic flights had recovered to almost 80% of January levels by May 31, up from 20% in late February, according to RadarBox. That is a recovery in flights, not passenger counts or airline revenues. Nevertheless, it has meant a substantial recovery in work on narrowbodies for China’s MROs. 
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