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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
A different look at HD
AFI KLM E&M has just completed a Boeing 777 cabin retrofit for Azur Air. Ian Harbison reports
Minimising the MAX effect
The demand for MRO of the Boeing 737 family is huge, but how have recent events affected the market? Bernie Baldwin caught up with one consultancy to find some answer
Winning ways
This year’s Aerospace Maintenance Competition saw 82 teams from around the world compete for the William F ‘Bill’ O’Brien Award for Excellence in Aircraft Maintenance
MRO training
Training in a maintenance environment requires both hands-on practical training and ensuring it is conducted in a safe environment with a safe aircraft system, as Mario Pierobon finds
Reputable regional 2019
EME Aero is another joint venture engine MRO project by Lufthansa Technik, this time with MTU Aero Engines. Ian Harbison reports
Open for business 2019
On 4 April, the first GEnx-2B engine was inducted into the new XEOS overhaul facility in Poland. Ian Harbison reports on the background to this joint venture
Opening the door on P2F conversions
Change is afoot in the P2F market, as supplies of stalwarts including Boeing’s 737-400 and 747-400, and Airbus’ A300 are exhausted, opening the door of opportunity to the 737-800, A320 Family, 777 and A330 as Paul E Eden finds