Everyday aircraft take off without incident. But what happens when a crash or an emergency landing takes place? After an aircraft accident, one thing is certain—there will be questions, questions and MORE questions.
Disruptions often lead to high overtime hours and costs while affecting customer satisfaction. But with optimization, it’s a different story – your airline operations continue to run smoothly and meet key KPIs.
The commercial jet engine in a league of its own. Powered by an industry-first geared architecture — and more than 40 other groundbreaking innovations — the Pratt & Whitney GTF is unlike any engine that’s come before it. Explore the future of flight.
The emergence of data-driven forecasting is creating opportunities to improve supply-chain efficiency and increase aircraft availability. Operators are implementing commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) tools that integrate with their existing datasets and software systems.
Join the LARGEST and most ESSENTIAL gathering of aviation maintenance Professionals. Drill down with informative conference sessions and experience an unparalleled exhibition floor providing new products, services and business opportunities.
In this webinar, James Elliott, IFS director of MRO product line, Aviation & Defense business unit, details the key strategic considerations third-party MRO service providers must embrace in order to remain competitive with Tier 1 OEMs and safeguard their stake in this rapidly-expanding market.
Certifying additively manufactured parts for aircraft installation just got a lot easier. The Stratasys Aircraft Interiors Certification Solution gives aerospace companies a faster, more streamlined process. Learn more about producing certified aircraft interiors with 3D printing.
Sponsored by Greater Fort Lauderdale AllianceJul 28, 2017
Read the full case study to discover how the move to Fort Lauderdale enabled GAT’s growth, from a diverse talent pool to an increasing number of international airlines flying into Fort Lauderdale, and GAT’s plans for the future.
Commercial aviation faces pressures from several fronts, including volatile gas prices, demands for low airfares, a global multi-echelon supply chain, and the need to keep the fleet flight-ready at all times. One of the key aircraft availability drivers is time spent in maintenance.
Greater Fort Lauderdale’s aviation industry is a multibillion-dollar sector, including airlines, airframe and engine manufacturers, component parts suppliers, maintenance repair and overhaul (MRO) facilities, and allied industries such as banking and insurance.