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Volume 19, June 2017 | Contents

Big fan MRO bookmark
After more than two decades in service, the GE90 appears to be performing better than ever. Paul E Eden discusses its MRO provision with OEM General Electric, AFI KLM E&M and MTU Maintenance
Brake test bookmark
A spin off company is looking to provide specialist services for wheels and brakes
Editorial comment - June 2017 bookmark
This April’s Aircraft Interiors Expo in Hamburg highlighted some interesting developments in cabin MRO. It is clear that a number of companies have identified business opportunities and are moving into this area
Fitting the bill bookmark
Finding suitable candidates for an MRO job should go beyond technical capabilities, says Mario Pierobon
Flying high bookmark
The freighter conversion market continues to expand at a rapid pace. Ian Harbison reviews the latest progress from the major players
Handle with care bookmark
Products designed by Semmco usually feature elegant engineering, making them efficient and easy to use
Island home bookmark
Lufthansa Technik Malta is growing and adapting as the market changes. Ian Harbison reports from Luqa
No magic answer bookmark
With the MRO industry facing labour shortages, recruiting young people is becoming ever more important but, says George Marsh, some obstacles still block the way
Power house bookmark
Having attended the opening, Ian Harbison returned to Arnstadt for the 10th anniversary of N3 Engine Overhaul Services, the joint venture between Lufthansa Technik and Rolls-Royce
Sight saver bookmark
Aircraft interiors have been modified to meet a wide range of specialist requirements. A stand-out example is that of Orbis International – the world’s only flying eye hospital. Ian Harbison reports from London-Stansted
June 2017