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Maintenance feed

Contained, comprehensive care
Bernie Baldwin reports on the range of nacelle support service from OEMs and third party MRO providers
Mature power
Pratt & Whitney Canada’s PW100-family turboprops are well understood after almost 35 years in service, as Paul E Eden finds
Maintaining a power dynasty
Bernie Baldwin reports on the maintenance of two generations of powerplant for two generations of Airbus A320 Family
Editorial comment - June 2018
This is a trying time for engine manufacturers. Firstly, following the Southwest Airlines Boeing 737 incident on 17 April, the FAA issued a second AD on 2 May that fully adopted the inspections recommended in CFM’s Service Bulletin issued on 20 April, which EASA formerly adopted through issuance of its emergency AD on that same day
Turning turbines
The CFM56 is arguably the most iconic engine in commercial aviation and as shop visits begin to peak, Keith Mwanalushi checks in with two of the key MRO players
Turning turbines
The CFM56 is arguably the most iconic engine in commercial aviation and as shop visits begin to peak, Keith Mwanalushi checks in with two of the key MRO players
Delivering power
Aero Norway is pushing ahead with a forward-looking business growth strategy for CFM56 engine maintenance. Keith Mwanalushi speaks to CEO Glenford Marston from the facility in Stavanger
Power play
When easyJet picked new aircraft for its fleet upgrade, the next step was a complex engine selection process. Gary Smith, the airline’s Head of Engineering, explains some of the intricacies involved
34 = 25
GE Aviation is celebrating the 25th anniversary of its CF34 turbofan’s entry into service, an engine that helped change the world of regional airline operations. Ian Harbison spoke to the OEM and MTU Maintenance
Power house
Having attended the opening, Ian Harbison returned to Arnstadt for the 10th anniversary of N3 Engine Overhaul Services, the joint venture between Lufthansa Technik and Rolls-Royce