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When entering into Initial Provisioning (IP) of spares—the fundamental process aimed at securing the availability of spare parts—it is important that operators also see it as an opportunity for preparing for more efficient material management.
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Initial Provisioning (IP) or Power-by-the-hour (PBH)? Both solutions have their strengths, but in today's data-driven aviation industry—where time is almost a literal currency and efficiency is a key factor in gaining or maintaining a competitive advantage—is there one solution that comes out on top?
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Outlining a Material Readiness Roadmap during the Initial Provisioning phase will help to better prepare your Entry Into Service or fleet growth. It's an extensive process to discuss specific parts lists and provisioning documentation as well as secure the supplier partnerships that are required for efficient operations.
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A paperless supply chain might sound like a pipe dream when you think about the sheer volume of aircraft parts circulating between OEM's, suppliers, airlines, and operators. But a few outliers and innovators are looking to shake things up and inject some digital methods into the supply chain madness.
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Data Analytics is the new frontier for aviation, and the competition is getting hot in the race to lead the industry. Some have set their sights on industry-wide domination, while others are more focused on niche areas of the industry. So who are the leasing aviation data platforms and who are the up-and-comers?
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Are aviation supply chains ready to cope with the huge increase in aircraft deliveries scheduled in the coming years? And how are maintenance departments planning to handle current aircraft once all the new aircraft come into service? Read along, as we investigate the potential supply chain challenges of the future.
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Depending on where in the world you are located, you might have strong feelings towards US government legislation regulating how specific aviation areas operate outside of the US. However, that is precisely what the Safe Aircraft Maintenance Standards Act (H.R.5119) is, and it is proven to be quite divisive.
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Aircraft have become increasingly more digitally sophisticated. That is a glaringly obvious fact. However, with that digital complexity comes an increased potential for cyber attacks.
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This last decade has hosted a long stretch of uninterrupted growth, but will the aviation MRO forecast for the next decade continue that momentum?
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Jumping into 2020, many of the challenges that aftermarket suppliers have faced over the years have either maintained due to lack of resources to address them, or will become exacerbated by the influx of digitalisation demands.
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