Reducing Engine Field Repairs

Credit: P. Delapierre/Air France Industries KLM Engineering & Maintenance
When an engine problem causes an AOG (aircraft-on-ground) situation, the operator faces the cost of rebooking passengers or cargo on other flights while the aircraft sits idle, awaiting repairs. “Many field repair events, in our experience, can be traced back to the engine’s last shop visit...

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