AAR

By Matthew Fulco
Investment bank Jefferies estimates that aftermarket revenue reached 109% of 2023 levels in the first quarter of 2024.
Supply Chain

By Lee Ann Shay
AAR’s purchase of Triumph addresses two of the top problems of the MRO industry.
Supply Chain

By James Pozzi, Lee Ann Shay
The state of affairs for aftermarket growth and navigating current market challenges in the region.
Supply Chain

Continuing an annual tradition dating back to 1957, Aviation Week Network editors honored a wide variety of industry accomplishments.
Manufacturing & Supply Chain

By Sean Broderick
AAR sees the Triumph product support business as a promising avenue for both growth and accomplishing current component overhaul work more cost effectively
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Matthew Fulco
Whether large commercial MRO providers or financial firms focused on aerospace and defense, the appetite for snapping up aftermarket assets is robust.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Lindsay Bjerregaard
Advanced air mobility OEMs are making maintenance preparations ahead of looming service entry dates.
Emerging Technologies

By Paul Seidenman
Component MRO providers are expanding battery capabilities and growing their global footprint, including AAR Corp., Antavia and Concorde Battery Corp.
Emerging Technologies

By James Pozzi
How MRO providers are looking to find the right operational balance to deliver in the face of capacity challenges.
Supply Chain

By Paul Seidenman
Airframe, engine and business acquisitions are driving growth at aftermarket parts suppliers.
Marketplace

By Keith Mwanalushi
MROs are seeing greater interest in nose-to-tail maintenance lines for Boeing 737 platforms.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Matthew Fulco
Large backlogs, a robust air travel market, and recent supply chain disruptions boosting demand for servicing of legacy aircraft bode well for the aftermarket.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Swaati Ketkar
The AAR and Indamer Technics joint venture is growing facilities, capabilities, workforce and customers.
MRO

By Matthew Fulco
AAR Corp. announced on Dec. 21 that it would buy Triumph’s (TGI) Product Support Group for $725 million.
Supply Chain

By Alex Derber
Under the deal, AAR will expand its narrowbody maintenance capacity and offer Alaska six lines at its Oklahoma City facility.
Services & Support

By Lindsay Bjerregaard
MRO providers consider international recruitment and implement more flexible workforce schedules as they face pressure from the growing technician shortage.
Workforce & Training

By P. Barry Butler
Solving the industry’s problem requires applying all available resources—from industry, government and aviation education—to draw new talent to the field.
Workforce & Training

By Henry Canaday
Prediction, digitization and leveraging AI are where almost all MROs converge in their hopes for the future.
Interiors & Connectivity

By Lee Ann Shay
The Inside MRO archives show both change and continuity in the European MRO industry since 1999.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Matthew Fulco
With an average of 350 Airbus A320neos expected to be grounded at any given time in 2024-26, A320ceos and older Boeing 737s will need to fly longer.
Services & Support

By Michael Bruno
People want to fly with a vengeance, but there are few new aircraft and the old ones need more MRO, creating a positive outlook for M&A in the aftermarket.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Lee Ann Shay
Several efforts in the aftermarket show a common theme that could improve MRO efficiencies.
Emerging Technologies

Component support and modifications agreements feature in this month’s Contracts and Briefs.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Sean Broderick
Used parts market activity is steadily increasing as more older aircraft and engines are sold and parted out for their used serviceable material (USM).
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Alex Derber, Lindsay Bjerregaard
AAR’s new maintenance contract extension with United will drive construction of a new hangar and the addition of hundreds of jobs.
MRO