Major Asian MRO Groups Retain Focus On Growth

By Adrian Schofield Sep 27, 2021
Some of the leading Asia-Pacific MRO organizations are pushing ahead with expansion plans despite the fact that their revenues have been dealt a significant blow over the past 18 months by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Batam Aero Technic Targets 50 MRO Lines

By Chen Chuanren Sep 21, 2021
Lion Air Group MRO-affiliate Batam Aero Technic (BAT) will be adding six aircraft MRO lines by the end of 2021, bringing the total capacity at Batam Hang Nadim airport to 21. 
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Carriers Evaluating Maintenance Changes

By Lee Ann Shay Oct 20, 2016
Aer Lingus and SunExpress are both evaluating which maintenance tasks can be moved from C checks to line maintenance to decrease aircraft downtime.
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Lufthansa Technik To Launch Big Data Analytics Platform

By Lee Ann Shay Oct 20, 2016
Lufthansa Technik (LHT) is taking another step in its digital strategy, blending digital analytics with its engineering expertise to make component maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) more predictive.
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Millions Still Wasted on Lease Returns

By Lee Ann Shay Oct 20, 2016
Millions of dollars can be wasted on each aircraft lease return if not appropriately planned, and leasing companies and lessors have very different perceptions about late redeliveries.
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MRO In The Netherlands

Oct 19, 2016
MRO Europe is hosted at the RAI in Amsterdam, The Netherlands this year, and 39 exhibitors won't need to travel far to attend. See each exhibitor's location and services within MRO.
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Airlines Move From Component Time, Material Support

By Lee Ann Shay Oct 19, 2016
Rockwell Collins sees airlines moving away from time and material contracts with new-generation aircraft such as the Boeing 787.

AZUR Air Targets Cost Cuts

By Lee Ann Shay Oct 19, 2016
AZUR Air of Turkey plans to evaluate its maintenance programs, with targets to increase efficiencies and decrease costs via fleet operational improvements.
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Satair Ventures Into Thrust-Reverser Distribution

Oct 19, 2016
Satair has added the distribution of spare thrust-reverser parts to its portfolio, and has confirmed an agreement with Pratt & Whitney to supply the spare components for the OEM’s PW4000 engine.
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Modifications Europe’s Fastest-Growing MRO Segment

Oct 19, 2016
Consultancy firm ICF International has forecast that modifications work will be Europe’s fastest-growing maintenance, repair and overhaul segment over the next 10 years.
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Ryanair Goes Digital

By Lee Ann Shay Oct 19, 2016
Michael Hickey, chief operations officer for Ryanair, took a moment during MRO Europe to outline the digital initiatives the airline is taking on.
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AJW Gains Chinese Approval For Component Repairs

By Lee Ann Shay Oct 19, 2016
A three-year-old Montreal component repair shop fills missing puzzle piece in AJW’s strategy and logs wins from China and Canada.
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MRO Training ‘Ripe For Disruption’

Oct 18, 2016
Technical training in maintenance, repair and overhaul is “ripe for disruption,” with applications such as virtual reality technology predicted to become as disruptive to MRO training as 3-D printing is to parts manufacturing, according to a leading aviation industry expert.
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Boeing Encourages Industry Cooperation On Big Data

By Lee Ann Shay Oct 18, 2016
Boeing is encouraging the industry to collaborate to unlock the value of data so airlines can drive down their costs.
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Insourcing MRO Guarantees Positive Experience

By Lee Ann Shay Oct 18, 2016
Jens Thordarson, VP of technical operations, speaks about what's driven Icelandair to expand its insourcing at MRO Europe.
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Collaborate To Unlock Big Data

By Lee Ann Shay Oct 18, 2016
"My advice on data is, first of all, we have to collaborate as an industry. There are too many disputes going on..."
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Western Europe Engine Deliveries: 2017-26

Oct 17, 2016
Over the next decade, engine deliveries for Western Europe are expected to reach over 38,000.
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How To Protect Civil Aviation From Cyberattacks

By Angus Batey Oct 14, 2016
Airframers and airlines must shore up cyberweakness in supply chains and avoid safety risks.
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Infographic: Icelandair's Fleet Changes, 2006-16

Oct 12, 2016
The airline has increased its all-Boeing fleet 55% in the past decade.
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Infographic: Croatia Airlines' Fleet Changes, 2006-16

Oct 12, 2016
Croatia Airlines has two fewer Airbus A320-200s and no ATR 42-300/-320s now than a decade ago, but it has added some aircraft as well.
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Top 10 Aircraft Deliveries In Western Europe: 2017-26

Oct 07, 2016
Over the next decade, aircraft deliveries for Western Europe are expected to reach over 3,900 aircraft.
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Top 20 European Airlines By The Numbers

Oct 07, 2016
A look at data on Europe's top 20 airlines by fleet size—most popular aircraft types and engines as well as data on flight hours.
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EasyJet Continues Retendering Maintenance Contracts

By Lee Ann Shay Oct 06, 2016
The airline recently opened a hangar with unique operating arrangements and announced five-year base maintenance contracts to SR Technics and Lufthansa Technik.
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Arrowhead sets up new repair station to offer products directly to aftermarket

Feb 03, 2015
Arrowhead sets up new repair station to offer products directly to aftermarket
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Aviation Technical Schools in the Middle East

Jan 07, 2015
The Middle East is experiencing an MRO technical workforce shortage stemming from low salaries and highly complex regulations that impede young talent from entering the MRO profession. However, there are a number of aviation technical schools providing training in the MIddle East—see a list of some here.
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