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Move on up
Rotable Repairs is looking forward to expansion after a recent move to larger facilities. Ian Harbison reports
People mover
There is a continuing shortage of skilled personnel across a wide range of aviation activities, but Aviation Skills Partnership is looking to help fill the gap. Ian Harbison reports
Under the radar
IBS Software is not a prominent name in the MRO business, but it has been quietly developing its iFlight MRO product and has some new features being prepared for release
Transition Check
Embraer is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year and is about to undergo a massive transformation following its acquisition by Boeing. Ian Harbison reports from São José dos Campos
Quiet revolution
Farsound Aviation has stealthily developed its business to be grabbed by another major investment company. Ian Harbison finds out more
Seventeen shades of grey
Multiple colours and special effects have brought complexity to airliner colour schemes, although there is still a place for the classic, clean livery. Both requirements bring their own challenges to paint manufacturers and MROs alike
Waiting for sunset
The most active Airbus A320ceo airframes are around 30 years old. Ian Goold summarises the European manufacturer's work to prolong service life while extending the periods between scheduled heavy maintenance
Editorial Comment - June 2019
A recurring theme in recent years has been the shortage of new recruits as technicians and engineers, especially in North America and Europe.
Group effort
A group of significant players in the aviation industry are cooperating to form a new alliance in the field of aircraft modification
Expansion all areas
Success has enabled S7 Technics to grow its portfolio across a wide range of activities, increasing aircraft types for maintenance as well as subsidiary services. It is also improving efficiencies