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Volume 19, March 2017 | Contents

Checking, fixing and training bookmark
Looking at maintenance operations, Paul E Eden examines the work of two major players in discovering a complex mix of requirements and a need for constant training
Data to go bookmark
Cathay Pacific is introducing enhanced e-enablement on its fleet to deliver operational benefits for maintenance and cabin crew
easy does it bookmark
easyJet is running a major cabin conversion programme on its Airbus A320 fleet, featuring the Space-Flex v2 galley
Editorial comment - March 2017 bookmark
Will 2017 be a year of change? Acquisitions, mergers, MoUs and joint ventures have occurred at regular intervals in the last few months.
Extension lead bookmark
Nearly 30 years after the A320 entered service, Airbus is preparing to publish maintenance tasks for the latest neo variant, while further optimising requirements for established models. Ian Goold reports
Helping hand bookmark
Embraer is devoting time and effort to beef up its customer support services
Keeping it Swiss bookmark
A Swiss airline using a Swiss MRO may seem like a logical choice but Edelweiss Air and SR Technics have a lasting relationship for more than just geographical reasons
Keeping them flying bookmark
AAR has had a busy year with its component support business, expanding its facilities worldwide to keep close to a growing customer base. Ian Harbison reports
Platform for change bookmark
GKN Aerospace’s Fokker business unit is facilitating an online community for buyers and sellers of aircraft modifications. Ian Harbison finds out more about ModStore
Prime time? bookmark
The Airborne Maintenance & Engineering Services (AMES) takeover of PEMCO World Air Services was generally considered to be related to its owner’s involvement with Amazon Prime. Ian Harbison takes a closer look
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