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Within aircraft cabins, electrical and electronic systems are contributing to improving the passenger experience, thanks to technological advancements, as Mario Pierobon finds
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
Joined up thinking
Enterprise resource planning is key in the domain of aircraft maintenance, as Mario Pierobon finds
Forward look
Aerogility, an advanced planning system, is helping easyJet to accurately forecast its future fleet maintenance requirements. Ian Harbison reports
MRO movement
Increasing OEM interest in aftermarket services, tailored support, training and real-time, paperless IT processes has shaped MRO provision over the past 12 months. Paul E Eden looks at how the maintenance industry is improving efficiency and adding value to operations
MRO movement
Increasing OEM interest in aftermarket services, tailored support, training and real-time, paperless IT processes has shaped MRO provision over the past 12 months. Paul E Eden looks at how the maintenance industry is improving efficiency and adding value to operations
Editor's note – July 2018
Editor's note – July 2018
MRO to go
MRO software offers efficiency and cost savings for airlines and as Paul E Eden finds, new solutions to old problems are leading software providers to offer greater functionality than ever before
Easy e-enablement
As connectivity migrates from the passengers to the crew, there are a number of useful lessons that can ease the process of e-enablement, says Chad Gill
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