Airbus A319/A320/A321 MPD rev 39 issued


Airbus has released the revision 39 of their single aisle maintenance planning document. This revision is not considered to be a significant one as the changes included will have a great impact on the planning activity. This new MPD issue

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NPA 2010-09 PART M Subpart J- Contracting CAMO services

The Regulation permits some contracting of continuing airworthiness tasks by CAMOs to other approved or non-approved organisations, working under their quality system. However, it is considered that it does not reflect the practices which have existed within the industry for some years

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Aicraft status management, current regulation under revision


Some accidents and incidents occurred which have been linked to errors and misunderstandings with regard to the eligibility of components installed on the aircraft (Part Number, SB, AD, modification status, etc.). M.A.301, in point 6., identifies the accomplishment of the

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New long haul aircraft: main batteries ongoing discussions

B787 LOT

The use of new main lithium-ion batteries due to their higher power to size and weight ratio compared to traditional nickel-cadmium; have created great controversy in the industry. After, the two Boeing 787 APU battery incidents, the B787 fleet could

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Cooming Soon (18 APR 2013)- EASA WG EFB


One of the aviation industry hot topics during the last few years has been the development of a mature and useful electronic flight log. With most of the actual market solutions only offering digitalization of the actual records industry is

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American splits Airbus order equally between A319 and A321

American Airlines will split its order for 130 Airbus A320 family aircraft equally between the A319 and A321, says engine supplier International Aero Engines (IAE). The Fort Worth-based carrier will take 65 A319s with CFM International CFM56-5B engines and 65 A321s with IAE V2500-A5 engines, says Jon Beatty, president

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Spec 42 (Revision 2013.1) issued

For many years, the commercial aviation industry has been engaged in a major transition towards the ‘digital aircraft’. With the next generation of aircraft, the industry is moving towards the ‘connected aircraft’. This evolution is propelled by the need for

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SPEC2000. E-Commerce, available but not yet a worldwide reference

Aircraft parts

Created by the airline industry to revolutionize the multi-billion dollar aviation parts business, Spec 2000 is a comprehensive set of e-Business specifications, products and services that are designed to automate interaction between material suppliers and end users (MROs and operators).

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