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Bombardier, Beijing and Business Jets
Bombardier, Beijing and Business Jets

Tianjin airport, with a 17 percent increase in aircraft movement from the previous year, serves as a micro-case that represents the bigger picture in the aviation space in China.

And business jet giant Bombardier are ready to service the demand.

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EASA Approves Vietnam’s VAECO
EASA Approves Vietnam’s VAECO
In a report from MRO Network this week, the aviation industry in Vietnam has this week seen a big new step towards aircraft maintenance autonomy, that will help with running Vietnam’s most lucrative industry run more efficiently.
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SafeSmart Aviation to Exhibit at MRO Americas
SafeSmart Aviation to Exhibit at MRO Americas

Custom portable height access maker SafeSmart Aviation will attend MRO Americas 2017, to display their range of work platforms and hangar organization accessories. 

MRO Americas—supported by Aviation Week—is this year being held in Orlando, Florida, and is the premier event where the biggest players of the Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul industry converge.

 

 

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Remote MRO to the Extreme. Literally.
Remote MRO to the Extreme. Literally.
When a Swiss Boeing 777-300ER, en route from Zurich to LA needs to make an emergency landing for engine replacement, a remote Canadian town's airport is ready to serve.
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The Real Expense of an Unmonitored Maintenance Space
The Real Expense of an Unmonitored Maintenance Space
In the UK, a Stansted Airport-based aviation engineering firm has been fined by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), after serious injuries sustained by two technicians in 2015.
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F-35 Stimulates Australian Maintenance Jobs
F-35 Stimulates Australian Maintenance Jobs

After negotiations, development and political to-and-fro for the last fifteen years, the recent display of the Lockheed Martin F-35 Joint Fighter at the Avalon Airshow became the first and final confirmation to the Australian public that the fighter was here to stay, as a permanent fixture in the RAAF’s fleet.

The potential for supplier and maintenance contractor opportunities in Australia is looking good.

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The Center of North America’s MRO: More Northern Than You Think
The Center of North America’s MRO: More Northern Than You Think
Think of some of the major brands in aviation—Boeing, Airbus, Lockheed Martin for a start—and you usually think of the United States or Europe. And naturally, one would think that the maintenance facilities for these aircraft would be centered around the region with some of the world’s busiest skies – again, the US and Europe. But look north.
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SafeSmart Aviation Gets an 'A' for Access
SafeSmart Aviation Gets an 'A' for Access

There are all sorts of dangers on the aircraft maintenance ramp—low-hanging head-bump dangers, tripping hazards, jet blasts, rotors and propellers spinning—which have been somewhat alleviated by innovations in GSE over the years. But a US-based height access equipment supplier have identified another hazard which needed addressing urgently: falls from single-person platform heights.

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