ST Engineering, Vietnam Airlines To Launch Component MRO JV

ST Engineering, Vietnam Airlines To Launch Component MRO JV

    The joint venture between ST Engineering Aerospace and Vietnam Airlines Engineering will begin operations soon at existing Vietnam Airlines maintenance facilities. ST Engineering Aerospace is branching into Vietnam for the first time with a new joint venture (JV) devoted...
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FROM THE ARCHIVES: SERVICE INTERRUPTED: ASH CLOUD CAUSES CHAOS

FROM THE ARCHIVES: SERVICE INTERRUPTED: ASH CLOUD CAUSES CHAOS

The travel chaos and dislocation for millions of passengers caused by the ash cloud from the eruption of Iceland’s Eyjafjallajökull volcano in April 2010 sent shockwaves around the world and shudders through airline boardrooms and no doubt in the corridor...
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SITA provides Viggo with more efficient operations from check-in to departure at Eindhoven Airport

SITA provides Viggo with more efficient operations from check-in to departure at Eindhoven Airport

Viggo, the sole ground handler at Eindhoven Airport, has implemented SITA’s latest Airport Management System to manage one of Europe’s fastest-growing regional airports, ensuring timely aircraft turnaround times and a more efficient passenger journey. With...
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Emirates Sees Strong Demand for Time-Critical AOG Parts Service

Emirates Sees Strong Demand for Time-Critical AOG Parts Service

Dubai-based Emirates SkyCargo has seen strong take-up for its ‘Emirates AOG’ time-critical aircraft-parts shipping service, with a further 20% growth anticipated for 2019. Emirates AOG launched in April 2018, following nearly a year of market research. Bef...
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Active ERP Systems Aim To Reduce Data Entry Efforts

Active ERP Systems Aim To Reduce Data Entry Efforts

Software specialist Ramco is developing voice and auto-suggest tools for ERP systems. MRO software saves major time versus paper, and vendors are always seeking to make the software itself more efficient. Software developers at Ramco are now focusing on a...
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Narita’s self-driving wheelchairs aim to help disabled

Narita’s self-driving wheelchairs aim to help disabled

The project between All Nippon Airways and Panasonic Corp. is using the semi-robotic electric wheelchairs to increase mobility and accessibility options that give passengers more independence when navigating the bustling airport. Funky self-driving wheelchairs...
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How new digital initiatives will completely the change the airport experience

How new digital initiatives will completely the change the airport experience

The future of airports is being shaped by new digital initiatives; completely transforming not only the passenger experience, but also the design of airports themselves. An airport that is leading the way in many of these new technologies is Hong...
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Dassault Strategy Expands MRO Footprint

Dassault Strategy Expands MRO Footprint

Dassault Aviation’s recent acquisitions of ExecuJet’s MRO Services and TAG Maintenance Services in Europe represent “a changing strategy” for customer support, according to Jean Kayanakis, senior vice-president of worldwide Falcon customer service and ...
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Better IFEC Choices Are Also Tough Choices

Better IFEC Choices Are Also Tough Choices

Satellite capacity and antennas are rapidly improving. For airlines thinking about installing or upgrading inflight entertainment and connectivity systems, there is good news and bad news. The good news is that the options are getting much better. The bad news...
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ACT Ships First Customer Order of Quantum GSE Chargers

ACT Ships First Customer Order of Quantum GSE Chargers

Advanced Charging Technologies (ACT) is excited to announce that they have shipped their first large scale customer order of Quantum GSE chargers, a new line of UL Rated-Type 3R outdoor ground support equipment (GSE) chargers. The chargers will be deployed in...
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