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E for expansion
More global maintenance capacity will be needed to serve the growing fleet of Embraer E-Jets, even though the single-aisle twinjets will require less frequent servicing as inspection intervals gradually extend. Ian Goold reports
Theory of evolution
Since the Airbus A330/340 entered service, maintenance requirements have steadily evolved to provide more time between inspections. Ian Goold investigates how Airbus is encouraging operators to report in-service data continuously to support further evolution in optimal inspection intervals
R-R at LHR
MRO Management is the first publication to get a glimpse of the new London Heathrow Service Centre (LHRSC) for Rolls-Royce. Ian Harbison reports

Industry blog

Carl Badcock
ACMC 2014 review: Keeping up appearances

Monthly news round-up

FAA lashes out on safety breaches
The FAA has proposed penalties against three US carriers: Alaska Airlines, Trans States Airlines, and ExpressJet
LHT gets TaxiBot approval
Lufthansa LEOS has received EASA approval allowing it to start operations with the TaxiBot aircraft tractor, developed b ...


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Facility spotlight

Delta TechOps

Delta TechOps is the support system behind ATW’s 2014 Airline of the Year, Delta Air Lines. Its core capabilities include engine and component overhaul; line maintenance and operational support; airframe maintenance; and more.

In the headlines

NTSB urges for better test...
NTSB issues recommendations on certification of lithium-ion batteries and emerging technologies
Etihad Airways acquires Ab...
Abu Dhabi's aviation maintenance industry positioned for growth following Etihad Airways and Mubadala agreement