Europe’s Aftermarket Embraces Consolidation And Sustainability

By James Pozzi Nov 05, 2021
Takeaways about MRO trends in Europe from speakers at Aviation Week’s MRO Europe 2021.
MRO

Steps Toward Sustainability For MROs Require Greater Collaboration

By Victoria Moores Nov 05, 2021
Are MROs falling behind on aviation industry efforts toward sustainability?
Emerging Technologies

Steps MROs Are Taking To Become More Sustainable

By Lee Ann Shay Nov 05, 2021
Steps aviation aftermarket companies are taking to become more sustainable.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Inside MRO News Briefs And Contracts, November 2021

Nov 05, 2021
Cross-border joint MRO ventures and component supply agreements feature in this month’s contracts and briefs.
Aircraft & Propulsion

As 737 MAX Fleet Grows, MRO Spending Will Follow

By Sean Broderick Nov 03, 2021
China’s role will help shape near-term delivery, aftermarket activity.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Slow-Recovering Engine MRO Moves Toward New Products, Services

By James Pozzi Nov 03, 2021
How slow recovery from COVID-19 is affecting the engine MRO market.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Aftermarket Providers Branch Into New Aircraft Textile Offerings

By Lindsay Bjerregaard Nov 03, 2021
As some MROs add aircraft textile repair capabilities, OEMs are developing innovative new materials.
Interiors & Connectivity

Aftermarket Providers Branch Into New Aircraft Textile Offerings

By Lindsay Bjerregaard Nov 03, 2021
As some MROs add aircraft textile repair capabilities, OEMs are developing innovative new materials.
Interiors & Connectivity

Opinion: Why Electrification Will Reshape Engine MRO

Stefan Breunig and Dan Hudson Nov 01, 2021
New propulsion technologies for aircraft have major implications for how MRO will be done in the future.
Emerging Technologies

Texel Air Looks At Capability, Workforce Additions

By James Pozzi Nov 01, 2021
How a Bahrain-based freighter airline is adjusting to the cargo segment’s boom period.
Workforce & Training

The Disconnect Between Aviation’s Hot Topics And Actual Implementation

Brett Levanto Nov 01, 2021
Perception of progress in aviation’s hot topics does not always match practical efforts for change.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Asian Airline Recovery Could Cause Short-Term MRO Pressure

By Adrian Schofield Oct 29, 2021
Reactivating stored fleets is likely to create a temporary shortage in MRO capacity.
Aircraft & Propulsion

IFC Antenna OEMs Prepare For Low-Earth-Orbit Satcom

By Paul Seidenman Oct 29, 2021
How low-Earth-orbit satellites will impact inflight entertainment.
Interiors & Connectivity

Aftermarket Digitalization Progress To Continue Post-Pandemic

By Lindsay Bjerregaard Oct 29, 2021
Engine MROs and OEMs expect demand for digitalization tools to grow post-pandemic but see challenges in large-scale implementation.
Emerging Technologies

Aircraft Retirements Hit Lowest Point

By Lee Ann Shay Oct 29, 2021
Aviation Week data shows the number of commercial jet and turboprop aircraft being retired continues to drop.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Boeing Proposes Phased Nacelle Retrofits For Some Models

By Sean Broderick Oct 29, 2021
FAA must approve Boeing’s plan because it goes against certification rules that govern design change.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Inspector General Audit Finds FAA Inspection Shortcomings

By Sean Broderick Oct 29, 2021
Issues similar to findings in earlier audits.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Digits Drive Wrenches Now

By Henry Canaday Oct 08, 2021
Digitalization trends are driving new ways of working in MRO shops.
Emerging Technologies

Aviation Looks To Lighter Batteries With Longer Lives

By James Pozzi Oct 07, 2021
Repair specialists focus on nickel-cadmium batteries as new, less maintenance-intensive innovations emerge.
Emerging Technologies

LOT Chief Operating Officer On Fleet, MRO And Sustainability

By Lee Ann Shay Oct 06, 2021
LOT Polish Airlines COO Maciej Wilk candidly talks about changes to the airline’s fleet and sustainability initiatives.
MRO

Evaluating The Pulse Of MRO

By Lee Ann Shay Oct 05, 2021
As MRO emerges from the pandemic, we need to take stock of where we are and where we are going.
Workforce & Training

New Aftermarket Innovations Being Developed in Europe

By Lindsay Bjerregaard Oct 04, 2021
European research organizations and startup accelerators are developing new technologies for the aftermarket.
Emerging Technologies

Lawmakers Push FAA On Part 147 Revamp

By Sean Broderick Oct 04, 2021
Rule was due out in March, now slated for November.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

New Audit Targets Pandemic’s Added Safety Risks

By Sean Broderick Oct 04, 2021
Flight operations are the primary focus, but scope may expand.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Global In-Service Fleet Expand But China’s Utilization Dropsaw

By Lee Ann Shay Oct 04, 2021
See how the aviation industry is recovering, by region.
Aircraft & Propulsion