I lead Aviation Week's coverage of the global civil aviation maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) market, which we forecast to be worth $56.3 billion in 2014. Find our MRO coverage in the Aviation Week & Space Technology MRO Edition (digital and print), AviationWeek.com, AWIN and more.
Chinese cargo carrier SF Airlines inducted a Boeing 737 Classic into Boeing Shanghai Aviation Services facilities as part of a new maintenance contract covering its 737 and 767-300 freighters. The parties didn’t release the contract value, duration or number of aircraft covered, but did say this is the first MRO contract between the parties and that more airplanes will arrive on a nose-to-tail basis at the MRO’s Shanghai Pudong International Airport facility.
Azreil “Al” Blackman celebrated his 75th year of service at American Airlines on July 18. To put this in perspective, Blackman, who is still actively working for the airline, received the FAA’s Charles E. Taylor Master Mechanic Award for his 50 years of MRO experience 25 years ago. “When I first started as a junior mechanic, Al was my crew chief and he was celebrating his 45th anniversary. I thought to myself, ‘45 years with one company.
Chinese cargo carrier SF Airlines inducted a Boeing 737 Classic into Boeing Shanghai Aviation Services facilities as part of a new maintenance contract covering its 737 and 767-300 freighters. The parties didn’t release the contract value, duration or number of aircraft covered, but did say this is the first MRO contract between the parties and that more airplanes will arrive on a nose-to-tail basis at the MRO’s Shanghai Pudong International Airport facility. The length of its ...
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