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Volume 15, June 2013 | Contents

A lesson in luxury bookmark
Flying Colours is showing the way in the design and installation of corporate interiors into Canadair Regional Jets airliners. Ian Harbison reports from Canada
Editorial comment – June 2013 bookmark
So Boeing has resolved the battery issue with its 787 and the modifications programme is now in full swing around the world.
Fresh stars and stripes bookmark
One of the biggest corporate rebranding exercises is currently underway as American Airlines begins repainting its fleet
Good neighbours bookmark
Take one successful airline and one successful MRO and develop a close working partnership – a recipe that is working in Central America. Ian Harbison reports from the recent MRO Americas show in Atlanta
Hand in hand bookmark
The GE90 and the Boeing 777 have a special relationship – and as ever it’s a battle between the OEMs and third party providers to maintain it. Ian Harbison takes a closer look
In good repair? bookmark
Bombardier has embarked on a series of regional reviews, offering key opportunities for customers to exchange information and meet its local engineering, operations, supplier management, spare parts and customer services support teams. Ian Goold reviews recent Bombardier Dash 8 and Canadair Regional Jet maintenance developments
Standing firm bookmark
The market for landing gear MRO is changing as older aircraft leave service and newer types appear on the horizon. Ian Harbison spoke to three of the main players
The unusual suspect bookmark
Unseen and often unconsidered, oil can have a beneficial effect on engine life and help reduce maintenance costs. But getting approval is a tough business, Ian Harbison discovers
Times are changing bookmark
David Stewart, Head of Aviation & Aerospace, EMEA, and Dr Kevin Michaels, Aerospace & MRO Practice Leader at ICF SH&E review future trends in the global MRO market
Training for maintaining bookmark
Making a virtue of necessity is a management strategy that can fit well with MRO training. George Marsh investigates
June 2013