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Volume 14, September 2012 | Contents

Change in the air bookmark
Monarch Aircraft Engineering Limited is positioning itself for growth and as a key player in Boeing 787 maintenance. Ian Harbison reports from London Luton
Greater than the sum of its parts bookmark
Tim Alden, Commercial Director at Rusada talks to Ian Harbison about how the MRO industry is slowly beginning to realise that it sits on lots of useful data that its ERP systems may not be allowing it to access
Home and away bookmark
With new aircraft and a new airport on the horizon, airberlin technik is setting itself up for an expansion of its maintenance business
Homing in on nacelle maintenance bookmark
With their complex features and multiple functions, engine nacelles face a unique challenge, that of identity and categorisation, and correspondingly, maintenance. George Marsh investigates the options
Prop forward bookmark
ATR’s global MRO network is expanding, with an increasing number of service providers offering heavy maintenance for the French-Italian airframe. Ian Goold outlines feedback from a selection of MROs
Providing the edge bookmark
Earlier this year, Boeing announced the launch of a new identity for its customer support services under the banner of the Boeing Edge. Lou Mancini, Senior Vice President, Boeing Commercial Aviation Services, talks about the new programme to Ian Harbison
Swords into ploughshares bookmark
Aerostar’s share in the defence business is subsiding, and it is turning its attention to the commercial MRO market and aerospace production. Ian Harbison reports from an exclusive visit to Bac?u, Romania
The strongest link bookmark
To help MROs become more efficient, Porsche Consulting takes process optimisation to the next level by looking at every aspect of the business and borrowing experience from other industries
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September 2012

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