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Volume 17, September 2015 | Contents

Breaking good bookmark
Air Salvage International is one of the longest established specialists in aircraft dismantling and spares recovery. Now, it is using its experience to diversify into other areas. Ian Harbison reports from Kemble
Clouds, consolidation and integration bookmark
With facilities typically spread between several locations, accurate integrated IT solutions are vital to efficient MRO operations. As Paul E. Eden discovers, enterprise resource planning can bring transparency across a business
easy does it bookmark
Though synonymous with low fares and cheap travel, easyJet is on the cutting edge when it comes to utilising modern technology to revolutionise their business model, as George Marsh discovers
Editorial comment – September 2015 bookmark
In June, we held a very successful Cabin Refurbishment & Repair Conference at the Radisson Blu Edwardian Hotel, London Heathrow. A full report appears in the September issue and it was an interesting and useful day for our delegates, with a number of engaging presentations from an international array of participants. Of course, our events allow us to take full advantage of the synergies between MRO Management and Aircraft Cabin Management magazines.
In the zone bookmark
A US/Russian joint venture plans to bring a new MRO facility to Ulyanovsk. Eugene Gerden reports
Keeping the fleet flying bookmark
Beyond Fleet Services, a new joint venture between SR Technics and AerFin, is aimed at operators, lessors and lessees of Airbus A340-200/300 aircraft. Ian Harbison reports
Keeping up appearances bookmark
The recent Cabin Refurbishment & Repair Conference was another successful event for Air Transport Publications. Ian Harbison reminds us of some of the unique projects presented on the day
Scrapheap challenge bookmark
A few years ago, aircraft dismantling was seen as an environmentally friendly practice. More recently, it has become something of a free for all as companies have dived into what is seen as a lucrative source of revenue. Ian Harbison talks to some of the key players
Spread the load bookmark
Engineering is geographically diverse and is reaching out to new markets
Stand and deliver bookmark
Dedienne Aerospace is embarking on an ambitious expansion programme on the back of a number of new engine and aircraft projects. Ian Harbison reports from Toulouse
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September 2015

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