Storage Versus Part-Out In Europe

By Henry Canaday Jun 01, 2020
European airlines, like others around the world, are caught between a hope for rapid recovery of traffic and an increasing worry about a very slow…
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MRO News Briefs, May 24-30, 2020

May 29, 2020
United Recycles Uniforms Into Masks United Airlines converted 12,284 lbs. of uniforms into face masks for its employees at its San Francisco…
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Space Tourism: The Final (MRO) Frontier

Jonathan Berger May 29, 2020
As this new decade begins, 2020 is shaping up to be a groundbreaking year for the burgeoning space tourism industry. A report issued by UBS, the…
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Conversion Or Boneyard Beckons For 777-200

By Alex Derber May 28, 2020
After burbling the background for several years, talk of a Boeing 777-200 conversion program is set to reach fever pitch as COVID-19 thrusts the…
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Fast 5: How Kaunas Airport Adjusted MRO During COVID-19 Times

By James Pozzi May 28, 2020
Karolis Matulaitis, director at Kaunas International Airport, talks to James Pozzi about the changes to the operation during the novel coronavirus…
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Joramco Hampered More By Travel Restrictions Than Lack of Demand

By Henry Canaday May 28, 2020
Coronavirus has affected the hot, dry nations of the Middle East more gently than most regions, with fatalities from 6-29 per million, versus a…
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Improving Online Learning Within MRO

By Lindsay Bjerregaard May 27, 2020
Integra Aerospace is helping MROs and schools transition training content online in a more innovative, engaging format.
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Killing Cabin Germs Through Ions

By Lee Ann Shay May 27, 2020
Figuring out how to make passengers comfortable boarding aircraft again, without having to block off middle seats indefinitely, is a problem the…
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New Nonprofit Pursues MRO Industry Collaboration on Workforce Pipeline Challenges

By Lindsay Bjerregaard May 26, 2020
Aviation maintenance industry companies, trade associations and schools have joined forces to launch a new nonprofit organization called Choose…
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LOTAMS Says Coronavirus Won’t Hinder Plans for New Maintenance Base

By Lindsay Bjerregaard May 26, 2020
Construction is continuing on its new aircraft maintenance base at Rzeszow-Jasionka Airport, which is planned to open in 2022.
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AAR To Close Duluth Facility, 275 Jobs To Go

By James Pozzi May 26, 2020
U.S. maintenance provider AAR plans to close its facility at Duluth, Minnesota by late July following a decrease in work related to the impacts of the novel coronavirus pandemic.
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Analysts See Long-Term Rolls-Royce Services Value

By Alex Derber May 26, 2020
Within the past three years, British engine maker Rolls-Royce has been forced to pay almost $1 billion to settle a multinational bribery…
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MRO News Briefs, May 17-23, 2020

May 22, 2020
A roundup of aviation aftermarket news from the week of May 17-23, 2020.
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Fast 5: Aero Norway Makes Engine Additions

By James Pozzi May 22, 2020
Neil Russell, chief operating officer at Aero Norway, discusses the engine MRO acquiring more engine models and looking at remote video for inspection work during the novel coronavirus pandemic.
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C Cubed Nearing STCs for A320, A321 Cargo Conversion

By Lee Ann Shay May 22, 2020
C Cubed Aerospace hopes to receive an FAA supplemental type certificate for its Airbus A320 passenger-to-freighter conversion by the end of 2020, and another following not too far behind for its A321 conversion. The timing could be good given changes in the cargo-conversion dynamic.
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Could Pandemic Push FAA To Change Outdated Maintenance Training Requirements?

By Lee Ann Shay May 21, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic could be the push the industry needs to get the FAA to update outdated aviation maintenance training regulations. The pandemic…
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Indian Tax Changes Seek To Increase MRO Sector 150% in Three Years

By Henry Canaday May 21, 2020
India applied some of the most severe virus-retarding restrictions to both aviation and its economy generally.
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No Plans For Gol Aerotech Engine Overhauls

By Alex Derber May 19, 2020
With coronavirus taking an increasing toll in Brazil, the country’s airlines have had to follow their peers around the world and ground progressively more aircraft.
MRO

IMITec and SWISS Develop Remote-Controlled Aircraft Inspection Device

By Lindsay Bjerregaard May 19, 2020
The climbing robot will enable airlines and MROs to detect aircraft damage remotely through non-destructive testing data.
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777 Freighter Conversions Looking Better In Light Of Virus Crisis

By Henry Canaday May 19, 2020
The decision last autumn of GECAS and Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) to launch a Boeing 777-300ERSF passenger-to-freighter conversion program is…
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Green-Time Engines To Erase $1.75 Billion in MRO

By Lee Ann Shay May 19, 2020
Airlines are positioned to save $1.75 billion in MRO costs between now and 2022 by tapping engines on idled aircraft instead of sending powerplants…
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Tough Decisions Ahead On Grounded Aircraft

By Henry Canaday May 18, 2020
Grounding aircraft when bookings collapsed for fear of coronavirus was a painful but easy decision for airlines. Now come the hard decisions, as…
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China Southern Raising $2.2B To Buy Aircraft, Engines

By Chen Chuanren May 15, 2020
China Southern Airlines is planning to raise CNY16 billion ($2.2 billion) by issuing convertible bonds, mainly for the acquisition of aircraft.
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MRO News Briefs, May 10-16, 2020

May 15, 2020
A roundup of aviation aftermarket news from the week of May 10-16, 2020.
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Fast 5: Engine Trading Changes In One Year

By Lee Ann Shay May 15, 2020
Anca Mihalache, VP Engine Trading at APOC Aviation, has been fielding questions from customers and lessors about the engine market, which has…
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