Honeywell And Pipistrel Collaborate On Aircraft Technologies For Urban Air Mobility

Honeywell And Pipistrel Collaborate On Aircraft Technologies For Urban Air Mobility

Honeywell and Pipistrel have signed a memorandum of understanding that will bring both companies together to explore and develop solutions for the urban air mobility market. The companies will integrate Honeywell avionics, navigation, flight control systems, connectivity and other beneficial...
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Integrated Systems, AI On The Table For Maintenance Planning

Integrated Systems, AI On The Table For Maintenance Planning

How MROs and airlines are using technology to improve the maintenance planning process. The MRO software market, valued at more than $4 billion by research consultancy Marketsandmarkets, has become an increasingly competitive segment, with multiple vendors off...
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Aviation Connectivity Is Catching Up To Consumer Levels

Aviation Connectivity Is Catching Up To Consumer Levels

Inflight connectivity is set to be one of the most transformative technologies for airline passengers and crew alike in the next few years. As increasing numbers of carriers sign up to high-speed internet services, their customers finally can expect an...
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Cost And Supply Chain Pressures Dictate Airline MRO Parts Strategies

Cost And Supply Chain Pressures Dictate Airline MRO Parts Strategies

Airlines worldwide continue to move toward increasing use of used serviceable material (USM) and parts manufacturer approval (PMA) parts, an alternative to OEM parts to reduce MRO costs. When sourcing aircraft and engine components, MROs and airlines have evol...
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New EASA Rule Provisions Directed At Maintenance Organizations

New EASA Rule Provisions Directed At Maintenance Organizations

Maintenance organizations with European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) approval take heed: A new revision could necessitate changes to your approved repair station manual procedures. Regulation (EU) 2018/1142 amends the rule governing continuing airworthiness o...
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ETOPS Restrictions Expand To More Rolls-powered 787s

ETOPS Restrictions Expand To More Rolls-powered 787s

The new mandate, issued by FAA with a Feb. 4 effective date and expected to be adopted globally, limits extended range (ETOPS) operations for “Package B” Trent 1000s with more than 1,000 cycles on its intermediate pressure compressor (IPC) blades.....
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Delta Completes Engine Test Cell

Delta Completes Engine Test Cell

Delta TechOps, the MRO division of U.S. carrier Delta Air Lines, has completed construction on its new engine test cell at its main base in Atlanta. The airline MRO says the test cell is the world’s largest. Its capacity amounts...
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Quantum Leap

Quantum Leap

Airbus has launched a global challenge asking quantum computing experts to propose and develop solutions for complex optimization and modelization across the full aircraft lifecycle. This tool is to lower aircraft lifecycle costs, according to Airbus. Quantum ...
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Rolls-Royce Selects SITAONAIR e-Aircraft DataHub for Airlines

Rolls-Royce Selects SITAONAIR e-Aircraft DataHub for Airlines

Rolls-Royce is the launch customer for SITAONAIR’s game-changing e-Aircraft DataHub – a new, state-of-the-art neutral aircraft data management service designed to bring significant, distinct benefits to airlines and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs)....
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Lufthansa Technik Develops Robot to Test Cockpit Controls

Lufthansa Technik Develops Robot to Test Cockpit Controls

Lufthansa Technik (LHT) has developed a robotic procedure for more consistent, reliable testing of cockpit controls. According to LHT, the fully-automated procedure-called RoCCET (Robot Controlled Cockpit Electronics Testing)-can greatly reduce the time it tak...
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