3D Printing In The Time Of Coronavirus

By James Pozzi May 14, 2020
The advent of 3D printing is a concept that has been increasingly deployed in the MRO industry in the past five years, albeit at a considerably…
MRO

The Data And Lessors Dynamic

By Alex Derber May 14, 2020
As owners of their equipment, lessors are a part of the aviation industry with much to gain from data analysis.
MRO

Magnetic Cuts Costs, Taps Aid To Sustain Operations

By Henry Canaday May 14, 2020
Europe’s domestic commercial flights are down 90% from January 1 to April 30, according to Radarbox. The traffic decrease due to COVID-19 hit…
MRO

MRO at 25 Years: Old Meets New In Narrowbody Engine Segment

By James Pozzi May 12, 2020
The past 20 years have seen the narrowbody engine segment dominated by two models, but in the latter parts of the second decade, their successor…
MRO

De Havilland Expands Dash 8 Temporary Freighter Program

By Sean Broderick May 12, 2020
De Havilland Aircraft of Canada expanded its “simplified package freighter” conversion program to its legacy Dash 8s, announcing Transport Canada approval and a launch customer.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Podcast: FedEx Operations During COVID-19

By Lee Ann Shay May 12, 2020
Dave Lange of FedEx Express talks with Lee Ann Shay about changes in cargo operations, including flying international charter relief missions, during…
MRO

Will Online Sales Boom Reshape Cargo Conversion Market?

By Henry Canaday May 12, 2020
Air cargo markets are under stress because the collapse in passenger flights with belly cargo leaves a shortage of cargo capacity even with plunging…
MRO

Podcast: FedEx Operations During COVID-19

By Lee Ann Shay May 11, 2020
Dave Lange of FedEx Express talks with Lee Ann Shay about changes in cargo operations, including flying international charter relief missions, during…
Podcast

SIA Engineering Profitable Despite COVID-19, Ready For Slow Recovery

By Chen Chuanren May 11, 2020
SIA Engineering (SIAEC) has remained profitable, even as mass aircraft groundings and disruptions plague the Singapore air hub amid the COVID-19 crisis.
MRO

ATSG Eyes Falling A321 Values For Freighter Conversions

By Sean Broderick May 07, 2020
A jump in retirements of older passenger aircraft linked to the coronavirus pandemic will boost not just legacy conversion programs such as the Boeing 767, but also emerging ones, including the Airbus A321, Air Transport Services Group (ATSG) president Rich Corrado said.
MRO

Fast 5: Eirtech Maximizes Excess Capacity, Invests In Solutions

By James Pozzi May 07, 2020
In the midst of the novel coronavirus pandemic, Eirtech Aviation Services CEO Niall Cunningham talks to James Pozzi about how the company has…
MRO

TAG Aero, Unique Airmotive Services To Merge

By James Pozzi May 07, 2020
Two U.S.-based aftermarket companies are to merge and operate as one entity after the completion of a dual acquisition facilitated by investment…
MRO

USM Providers Banking On Cargo Aircraft, Engines During COVID-19 Downturn

By Lindsay Bjerregaard May 07, 2020
Although airlines may start poaching grounded aircraft for USM, older narrowbodies and cargo aircraft provide hopeful prospects.
MRO Americas

Travel Restrictions Hinder India's Largest Independent MRO

By Henry Canaday May 07, 2020
India has put in place some of the most severe economic, travel and aviation restrictions in the world to combat coronavirus. The strictness has…
MRO

Engine Lessors Weigh Current And Future Demand

By Alex Derber May 07, 2020
Leased engines could be more attractive to cash conscious airlines operating in a post-COVID-19 world.
MRO

MRO at 25 Years: Commercial Engine Fleet Growth 2000-20

May 07, 2020
20 years ago, the widebody engine fleet was dominated by the CF6, but due to newer programs entering into service, that has changed over two decades…
MRO Americas

Cargo, Landing Gear Help Sustain Revima

By Henry Canaday May 06, 2020
Because landing gear maintenance is based on calendar time, and not flight hours or schedules, this is a bright spot in Revima’s business. The MRO…
MRO

Lufthansa Technik Fast Tracks Passenger-to-Cargo Modifications

By Lindsay Bjerregaard May 05, 2020
The MRO is working on supplemental type certificates to convert all major commercial aircraft types into auxiliary freighters.
MRO

Russia’s Biggest MRO Feeling Pinch, May Redeploy Line Mechanics

By Henry Canaday May 05, 2020
According to official figures, Russia has not been much affected by coronavirus so far, with only eight deaths per million reported by April 30,…
MRO

COVID-19 Impacts Airbus, Thai Airways JV

By James Pozzi May 05, 2020
In just a matter of months, the outbreak of COVID-19 has likely reshaped the commercial aviation industry for years to come. As it stands, more than…
MRO

Daily Memo: An Early Peek At The Pandemic’s Implications For Engine MRO

By Sean Broderick May 04, 2020
Before the coronavirus pandemic hit, the engine overhaul segment was as strong as any vertical market in commercial aviation. 
Aircraft & Propulsion

MRO at 25 Years: Engine Deliveries 2000-20

By James Pozzi May 04, 2020
Over the past 20 years, the CFM56 and V2500 have dominated the narrowbody engine segment while the widebody fleet has been defined by the rise of the…
MRO Americas

MRO Could Be Bright Point For Embraer

By Sean Broderick May 04, 2020
Although the recent breakup of the Embraer-Boeing commercial aviation JV was not a favorable outcome for the Brazilian manufacturer, prospects for…
MRO

MRO News Briefs, April 26-May 2, 2020

May 01, 2020
A roundup of aviation aftermarket news from the week of April 26-May 2, 2020.
MRO

MTU’s Q1 Maintenance Revenues Rally, Warns Of Q2, Q3 Drop Offs

By James Pozzi May 01, 2020
commercial engine maintenance business increased by 4% from €385.6 million to €399.3 million.
MRO

 

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