How New Technologies Are Aiding Air Canada’s Maintenance Operation

Air Canada Airbus A321 aircraft
Air Canada’s fleet includes 32 A320-family aircraft.
Credit: Air Canada Photos
Tony Lowery, vice president for maintenance at Air Canada, shares why the flag carrier is tapping into new technologies and software management tools to target improvements in areas ranging from fleet management to predictive maintenance and the supply chain. What are some of the key elements of...

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