The FAA is calling attention to risks that disinfection can have on aircraft interiors, urging operators and maintainers to heed manufacturers’ guidance and take extra steps to protect sensitive equipment, wiring, and other high-risk components.
November or December could be when the FAA and other regulators finalize what is needed for the Boeing 737 MAX to return to service. During the approximately 1.5 years it has been grounded, how much our industry and the world have changed.
Returning MAX To Service Requires Maintenance Changes
Most of the changes Boeing is making to the 737 MAX family in the wake of two fatal accidents and a 19-month grounding affect flight operations, but the fleet’s return will bring some changes to maintenance programs as well.
From the MAX return and the Spacejet halt to the next 10 years in engines, a change is underway in MRO thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic. Take a look at our roundup of the biggest aftermarket stories in November.