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The Covid-19 pandemic has changed the landscape for aircraft parts, forcing both buyers and sellers to rethink their traditional approach to the market.
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A global market survey conducted by Satair found that even though the majority of aircraft part buyers use digital marketplace solutions, many find them unreliable and difficult to navigate.
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In a global market survey carried out by Satair, roughly one in five sellers of aircraft parts indicated that a lack of resources is keeping them from taking advantage of digital marketplace solutions.
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After 2021’s record-breaking year for global mergers and acquisitions, many analysts expect 2022 to provide more of the same, also in aviation.
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Aircraft operators receive service bulletins when a product improvement becomes available. These SBs are often best handled with modification kits. But how does this work in practice and is there a better way to go about it? Two of our experts break it down.
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Can the aviation industry build a more sustainable future without the infusion of new companies, talents, and ideas?
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The best ideas for how to decarbonize aviation might not come from the industry’s dominant players. We take a look at six sustainable aviation startups hoping to shape the industry’s carbon-neutral future.
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To keep aircraft ready to fly, you need quick and easy access to spare parts. But with so many different ways to approach spares access, how do you decide which solution is best?
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A recent report on the number of new certified aircraft mechanics in the United States has reignited concerns of a looming labour shortage. Industry leaders say a more proactive approach to recruitment is needed.
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Even before the COVID-19 crisis, the aviation industry was facing a looming labour shortage, particularly among mechanics and technicians. Following the industry’s worst year ever, where does the situation stand now?
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This blog is driven by Satair Marketing & Communication with input from both internal and external contributors.