Aviation Week MRO

By Lindsay Bjerregaard
Aspire MRO has partnered with Launch Technical Workforce Solutions to ramp up hiring ahead of freighter conversion growth.
MRO Americas

By Joe Anselmo, Guy Norris
“I think the near-term challenge is just back to supply chain,” GE Chairman and CEO Larry Culp said in an interview in New York with Aviation Week.
Supply Chain

By Lindsay Bjerregaard
Ascent has broken ground on two new hangars and started training and recruitment initiatives in advance of its Boeing 777-300ER conversion work.
MRO Americas

By Swaati Ketkar
The new regional carrier signed an agreement with the engine OEM covering PW127M engines powering its ATR 72-600s.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Sean Broderick
Steady growth in Embraer’s Services and Support business (ESS) is poised to accelerate as a new engine overhaul joint venture kicks off.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Maxim Pyadushkin
Growing commercial fleets in Uzbekistan and neighboring countries in post-Soviet Central Asia are increasing demand for MRO services.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Sean Broderick
While preventing individuals from committing fraud is a high bar, the ASCIC is confident that it can help strengthen parts distribution protocols.
Supply Chain

By Keith Mwanalushi
Satys Aerospace is planning several global expansion projects and investing in an eco-friendly surface treatment technology.
Supply Chain

By Keith Mwanalushi
Finnair’s Director of Technical Procurement shares perspectives on aftermarket supply chain and technology trends.
Supply Chain

By Sean Broderick
AAR sees the Triumph product support business as a promising avenue for both growth and accomplishing current component overhaul work more cost effectively
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Lee Ann Shay, James Pozzi
Editors dissect the recent financials of Lufthansa Technik, Rolls-Royce and MTU Maintenance and how they are looking to capitalize on the market upturn.
MRO Podcast

By Molly McMillin
The location was chosen to provide the most convenient shipping hub to Europe and beyond.
Maintenance & Training

By Guy Norris
Honeywell expects to more than double the fleet of HTF7000 engines over the next decade as it seeks to develop a next-generation successor for the 2030s.
Manufacturing & Supply Chain

By Sean Broderick, Christine Boynton
United Airlines said it expects to learn more from the FAA on potential effects to its certification activities.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

By Lee Ann Shay
A Middle East MRO CEO’s perspective on managing new capabilities and demand.
MRO

By Alex Derber
Demand for turboprop services has increased despite continued stability in average ATR global fleet age.
MRO

By James Pozzi
Engine MRO will introduce several Leap 1A and 1B services this year.
MRO

By Daniel Williams
This week’s Flight Friday looks at the return of Asia-Pacific region operators (excluding China and India) to pre-pandemic levels of utilization.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Lindsay Bjerregaard
The airline has revamped its new-hire training program and developed technology tools to improve learning.
Workforce & Training

By Alex Derber
German MRO saw a record number of shop visits across its network in 2023.
MRO

By James Pozzi
International Aero Engines completed the test at MTU Maintenance’s facility in Germany.
Emerging Technologies

By Sean Broderick
As a result of the UK’s withdrawal from the EU, U.S. repair stations must obtain UK CAA Part 145 maintenance organization approval.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

By Keith Mwanalushi
Safran is increasing customer support services and looking at opportunities for regional expansion in Africa.
MRO

By Thierry Dubois
Regional aircraft manufacturer ATR is increasingly seeing decommissioned ATR 72s and ATR 42s as a source of spare parts.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By James Pozzi
The capacity additions will ramp up capacity needs for mid-term demand
Aircraft & Propulsion