MRO

Korean Air creates jet inspection technology using drone swarms

Korean Air has developed aircraft inspection technology that can examine jets using drone swarms. ...


JETMS: saving clients’ time and funds through digitalization

Lately, MRO organizations have been embarking on a digitalization journey. As the industry shifts towards more digital operations, an increasing number of tools and systems are introduced to streamlin...


GE Aviation marks the end of CF6-80E1 engine production

GE Aviation delivers its last CF6-80E1 production engine bound to power China Airlines’ Airbus A330 fleet....


Will narrow-body long haul travel change the MROs?

When the airline industry was deregulated in 1978, airlines in the USA adopted a new route management model – hub-and-spoke. The paradigm heavily relied on small, commuter aircraft bringing traffic fr...


Getjet Airlines and Joramco ink first maintenance agreement

Joramco has signed its first maintenance agreement with Getjet airlines....


Three unbelievable stories from helicopter history

Three unbelievable stories from helicopter history in celebration of world helicopter day....


The 4 best ways to ship aircraft parts worldwide

Jevgenijus Petronis, Head of Product at Locatory.com shares some industry insights on the subject of shipping....


Aircraft reactivation: has how we store aircraft changed?

Commercial aircraft operate on a framework of near-continual use. But indefinite parking of aircraft has presented a challenge. Is the industry taking notice?...


Are drones the future of MRO?

Several companies have presented drone solutions for the MRO industry. But this innovative technology wasn’t adopted as quickly as one might have predicted....


How MROs have risen to the challenges posed by the pandemic

MROs have faced daunting challenges during the pandemic. Here, AeroTime investigates how the MRO industry has risen to these challenges. ...