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Passing the test
Engine test cells are a unique blend of architecture and aerodynamics. One of the leading suppliers is Safran Aero Boosters, based in Herstal, close to Liège, Belgium, and has subsidiaries in Minneapolis, US and Singapore
Striding towards successful support
Bernie Baldwin reports on the maintenance and repair programmes supporting the record-breaking CFM56 engine family, and those being put in place for its successor, the LEAP engine range
Blue-sky thinking
Skywise is a new aviation data platform from Airbus, which aims to become the single platform of reference for all major aviation players, improving operational performance and supporting digital transformation, as Mario Pierobon finds
Regal regional
Ian Goold considers maintenance of the Bombardier CRJ regional jet, for which 90% of US requirements are met by the manufacturer
Editorial comment - December 2018
As MRO Management ends its twentieth year of publication, and the holiday season approaches, the industry seems to be in good shape
Q&A: At the leading edge – James Bennett
We speak to James Bennett, Director – Sales and Marketing at AerFin
Green and blue
When Hi Fly recently took delivery of an ex-Singapore Airlines A380, it was an excellent opportunity to use the aircraft as a billboard to highlight the Save the Coral Reefs environmental campaign
Reach for the skies
For a number of years now, one of the main topics of conversation in aircraft painting has been the effect of European Union regulation on REACH
Sticking point
Decals can sometimes provide an alternative to paint, either for short-term promotional campaigns or to rapidly introduce a new livery, Adhetec is a specialist in this area with its Adhecal material
Middle ground
AAR’s European operations stand between headquarters in the US and the important Asian market. Ian Harbison reports