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Is There Potential in Aftermarket Parts Post-COVID?
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Is There Potential in Aftermarket Parts Post-COVID?

The Aftermarket Parts market is comprised of new and used rotable parts that are available as spares for aircraft components. The term ‘Aftermarket Parts’ is a blanket term, classified by the aircraft type (wide-body, narrow-body, regional), and further segmented by component and parts type (e.g., whether it is MRO Parts or Rotable Replacement Parts). Asia...

June 23, 2021June 23, 2021
6 Revolutionary Technologies That Will Change The Way We Travel
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6 Revolutionary Technologies That Will Change The Way We Travel

Source It’s been more than a year since the COVID-19 pandemic brought the world to a standstill. Some regions have improved tremendously since then, and travel restrictions are starting to ease up. Others are still fighting the spread, with closed borders as their armour. Nonetheless, whatever the situation, travel has not resumed to pre-pandemic levels....

June 23, 2021June 23, 2021
End-of-Life: Do Aircraft Ever Really “Die”?
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End-of-Life: Do Aircraft Ever Really “Die”?

Aircraft are built to withstand high speeds, adverse weather and demanding missions. But are these majestic metal birds built to withstand the ultimate test: time? In this write-up, we’ll be taking a look at the life cycle of a typical passenger aircraft, particularly as it nears the end of its life. Source The Aircraft Life...

February 7, 2021February 7, 2021
A Breakdown of the Aircraft Teardown Process
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A Breakdown of the Aircraft Teardown Process

When an aircraft reaches the end-of-life stage, a common next course of action is teardown. What exactly is an aircraft teardown? Briefly put, a teardown is the disassembly and removal of aircraft parts for disposal or recycling. Years ago, teardowns were simply seen as a way to end an aircraft’s operating life. However, recent times...

February 7, 2021February 8, 2021
‘I’m an AME Contracted Overseas: Lockdown in a Foreign Country’
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‘I’m an AME Contracted Overseas: Lockdown in a Foreign Country’

As a contractor with Dviation’s recruitment unit, D’Agency, for more than four years, I want to share my experience during this pandemic that has hit our beloved aviation industry globally. I am Sonny Raymundo from the Philippines, and here is my story. Sonny (right) and Joselito.  Currently, I am assigned here in Vientiane, Laos, to...

June 26, 2020June 26, 2020
A Day in the Life: Aircraft Maintenance Crew During Covid-19
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A Day in the Life: Aircraft Maintenance Crew During Covid-19

Around the world, life is not the same. Many countries are in lockdown or have imposed some form of restricted movement order. For those in the aviation industry, the biggest challenge at the moment is probably the dozens of borders that are closed – resulting in flight cancellations, grounded aircraft and suspended operations. Here in...

April 22, 2020April 22, 2020
How to Bounce Back in Your Aviation Career After Covid-19!
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How to Bounce Back in Your Aviation Career After Covid-19!

Source The past few months have been tough. By now, you would’ve known the extent of the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic. Our world as we know it has been disrupted by a wave of unprecedented health, economic, and social impacts. The aviation industry is one of the many industries that have suffered great losses...

April 3, 2020April 3, 2020
COVID-19: The Extent of Impact on the Aviation Industry
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COVID-19: The Extent of Impact on the Aviation Industry

An empty waiting hall. A non-existent queue at the check-in counter. A lone bag circling the baggage carousel. This is the effect of COVID-19 on some airports in affected regions. Source In light of the recent COVID-19 outbreak, many businesses are experiencing massive decline. Dun & Bradstreet researchers predict that over five million businesses across...

February 26, 2020February 26, 2020
Here’s How Airlines Can Prevent Millions of Dollars in Losses
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Here’s How Airlines Can Prevent Millions of Dollars in Losses

Want to read a brief overview of Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisations (CAMOs) first? Check out the 5 Basics You Should Know About CAMOs, or read Part 1 of this article here!   Airline Losses Source When we think of airline losses, we might think of low load factor, unprofitable routes, or even failed marketing campaigns....

December 19, 2019December 19, 2019
Do You Have What It Takes to Be an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer?
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Do You Have What It Takes to Be an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer?

*For the purpose of this article, Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (AME) and Licensed Aircraft Engineer (LAE) are interchangeable. Source A Licensed Aircraft Engineer (LAE) is a person who is certified to perform maintenance tasks on aircraft (including airplanes and helicopters, depending on the license certification). Their role is to ensure the safe and proper operation of...

December 3, 2019December 3, 2019