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The Knowledge Hub

Welcome to our resource for sharing trends, news and insights on how to navigate through some of our industry’s current challenges.

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MTBUR is a bit of a mouthful, but it’s a valuable term when it comes to managing aircraft spare parts. Satair’s Ansgar Heuser explains its importance in rotable parts planning.
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The recently-concluded COP26 Climate Change Conference in Glasgow saw the launch of a new coalition focused on bringing down aviation emissions.
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At October’s MRO Europe conference in Amsterdam, one speaker after another detailed just how difficult the COVID-19 pandemic was, and in many ways continues to be, for the aviation industry.
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If there was one piece of conventional wisdom during the early chaotic months of the COVID-19 pandemic, it was that the grounding of air traffic would spur a massive uptick in aircraft retirements and force airlines to permanently park some models much sooner than originally planned.
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Every pilot needs a good headset that can help them concentrate on flying while keeping them comfortable. But with so many options out there, how do you choose? In this short guide, we walk you through the most important factors to consider.  
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Delivering a spare part from supplier to buyer involves many different steps executed by many different parties. Satair’s Julia Kerres walks us through the process. 
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Technological advancements and new emissions standards are spurring a race to develop the aircraft engine of the future.
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The four leading engine manufacturers are taking different approaches, but all are working to develop new models that burn less fuel.
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When a passenger boards an aircraft, they want to feel confident that everything has been checked for safety. As Satair’s Julika Kerres explains, there is a robust regulatory system in place to ensure that an aircraft and all of its parts are airworthy. 
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Should the airlines have been bailed out? Supporters say that without aid, bankruptcies would have cost thousands of jobs throughout the supply chain and stifled a wider economic recovery. 

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This blog is driven by Satair Marketing & Communication with input from both internal and external contributors.