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Head for heights
Although this is a UK-based survey, the safety lessons for working at height apply internationally in every maintenance hangar and on the line
Looking after business
Cabin safety is critical but most passengers are unaware, as Mario Pierobon finds
Looking after business
Cabin safety is critical but most passengers are unaware, as Mario Pierobon finds
Don’t complicate compliance
Solutions to compliance challenges should support engineers in the field, not hinder them, says Tim Rushent
Stopping power
MRO for wheels and brakes is simple but it can generate high volumes of work. Ian Harbison spoke to two facilities with a different approach
Safety first
Some of the defining features for MRO within the aviation industry are the thorough regulations, specifically from a safety point of view. Mario Pierobon reports on the importance of ensuring all maintenance meets an exacting standard
Fixing the fixers
The Flight Safety Foundation, founded in 1947, is an international non-profit organisation whose purpose is to provide impartial, independent, expert safety guidance and resources for the aviation and aerospace industry. Today, membership includes more than 1,000 organisations, with individuals from 150 countries
Safety specialists
Regulatory compliance, passenger appeal and cost-effectiveness are just a few of the imperatives that interiors maintenance specialists must take into account, reports Bernard Fitzsimons
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