Tracking The Industry: Retirements Still A Question Mark

By Lee Ann Shay Sep 03, 2021
There is a lot of “wait and see” as airlines delay making final fleet decisions while they monitor the recovery’s pace.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Tackling Connectivity Challenges In Aircraft Hangars

By Lindsay Bjerregaard Sep 01, 2021
For various reasons, aircraft hangars can block cellular and satellite signals. How can MROs ensure reliable connectivity inside the hangar?
Emerging Technologies

Composites May Be Key as Aircraft Propellers Become More Complex

By Paul Seidenman Aug 30, 2021
Composites can enable the use of more and lighter blades to enhance aircraft performance.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Podcast: Back To School

By Lindsay Bjerregaard Aug 18, 2021
Aviation maintenance training was forced to embrace digital learning during the pandemic. As the industry recovers and restrictions loosen on travel and group settings, will remote learning remain popular? Will the industry embrace investment into new technologies for training? Which focus areas will be crucial for technician training and reskilling as fleets change post-pandemic? 
Podcast

Aftermarket Providers Customize MRO Customs To Save Money And Time

By Alex Derber Aug 17, 2021
What MRO providers can do to streamline their import and export processes.
Supply Chain

Consider The Unlikely, And Carpe Diem, To Grow Workforce

Brett Levanto Aug 16, 2021
One of the fascinating findings of the Youth Access to American Jobs in Aviation Task Force so far is that “youth” is relative.
Workforce & Training

Industry Tracker: Traffic, Fleet On The Rise

By Lee Ann Shay Aug 12, 2021
The commercial aviation fleet continues to expand as domestic traffic picks up and transborder travel increases.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Tailored MRO Training Programs Target Workforce Growth, Reskilling

By Lindsay Bjerregaard Aug 06, 2021
Companies are customizing aviation maintenance training through technology and tailored programs to reach a wider pool of future technicians.
Workforce & Training

Pratt & Whitney’s Geared Turbofan Positioned To Challenge CFM Leap

By Alex Derber Aug 06, 2021
How Pratt & Whitney is capitalizing on geared turbofan maintenance and its strong positioning for the post-pandemic market.
Aircraft & Propulsion

U.S. Executive Order Opens Door For Maintenance Manual Discussion

By Sean Broderick Aug 04, 2021
Decades-long debate over manual access could be rekindled.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Aftermarket Makes Subtle Changes To Portfolio Management

By Lee Ann Shay Jul 09, 2021
How the aftermarket is adapting to new business conditions for MROs and lessors.
Aircraft & Propulsion

How Wearable Technologies Could Help The MRO Workforce

By Lindsay Bjerregaard Jul 09, 2021
Which wearable technologies will gain traction in MRO and which ones are not living up to the hype?
Emerging Technologies

The State Of British MRO In 2021

By James Pozzi Jul 09, 2021
How the UK’s commercial aftermarket is navigating the crisis and its aftermath.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Boeing Drops Growth As Primary Services Goal

By Sean Broderick Jul 09, 2021
Focus will be on digital products, leveraging its own intellectual property.
Aircraft & Propulsion

MRO Prospects For Airbus A320

By Henry Canaday Jul 08, 2021
Examining maintenance demand trends for the Airbus A320 aircraft family as many return to service.
Aircraft & Propulsion

MROs Ready, But Cautious For Eastern Europe Recovery

By James Pozzi Jul 08, 2021
Key takeaways from Aviation Week’s MRO BEER virtual event in June.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Inside MRO News Briefs And Contracts

Jul 08, 2021
MRO providers continue to conclude joint ventures to offer new and expanded services worldwide.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Why Sun Country Is Buying, Not Leasing Assets

By James Pozzi Jul 08, 2021
Dave Davis, president and CFO at Sun Country Airlines, talks about how the airline’s new asset policy will aid its MRO.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Shredded Uniforms To Nylon: Aircraft Carpet Trends

By Paul Seidenman Jul 08, 2021
What goes into aircraft carpet? Wool, nylon or shredded uniforms for airline crews.
Interiors & Connectivity

FAA Safety Reporting Changes After The MAX

By Sean Broderick Jul 08, 2021
New voluntary safety reporting program gives front-line agency employees more voice in the process.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

ARSA Offers Advice As Biden Turns To Sullenberger For ICAO Role

Brett Levanto Jul 08, 2021
ARSA’s diplomatic outreach to C.B. “Sully” Sullenberger as ICAO ambassador.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Parked Aircraft And Retirements Fall; Deliveries On Rise

Jul 08, 2021
The number of in-service commercial jet and turbo-prop aircraft keeps climbing steadily, with only about 20% of the global fleet in parked or parked/reserve status, according to Aviation Week Fleet Discovery data.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Opinion: Can India Compete As Global Aircraft Leasing And Finance Hub?

Mandar Mhatre Jul 08, 2021
In the next 20 years, India will need almost 2,000 aircraft to meet the growth potential of the domestic aviation sector.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Inside MRO News Briefs And Contracts

Jul 08, 2021
MRO providers continue to conclude joint ventures to offer new and expanded services worldwide.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Wearable Devices To Make MRO More Efficient

By Lindsay Bjerregaard Jul 07, 2021
How wearable devices are making MRO tasks easier and safer to complete.
Emerging Technologies