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Much of the rulebook for proper aircraft battery maintenance and wear-and-tear was developed on the basis of operational flight hours. However, after months where thousands of operational aircraft sit idle in storage, are we in uncharted territory? And what does that mean for battery serviceability and the traditional aircraft battery maintenance procedures?
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Without regular maintenance, the extended idle period that the majority of aircraft are currently in will create problems for even new batteries. However, proper care can retain the life of your batteries and mitigate the need to replace them. So what are your options for Aircraft battery servicing?
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With two-thirds of the global fleet parked for an indefinite period, what does that mean for operators and MROs when there is a surge of reentries?
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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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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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The aviation industry has entered a golden age, supported by record order books and skyrocketing passenger traffic. In pursuit of these new opportunities, aviation is facing a series of challenges that must be addressed in order to sustain profitable growth. Derived from the world’s major Aerospace & Defense (A&D) companies, here are the top 10 risks for the aviation industry in 2020 and beyond.
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October 31. Halloween. With the clock ticking towards the inevitable, and no apparent "deal" in place, the date could end up being more haunting than most years for airlines operating in and out of the UK.
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In recent years, there has been a profound juxtaposition that has been forming within the aviation industry. On the surface, we see the story being shaped, as airlines march in step with the rhythm of digital technology. Robotic assembly, additive manufacturing, blockchain, connectivity, all the tech industry buzzwords are being imagined into the latest fleets of aircraft. 
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For decades, laser technology has been both an interest and a threat within the military sector. 
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As the MRO and aviation industry, in general, become increasingly digitised and connected, the risk of potentially devastating cyber attacks increase. What are the implications? How is the industry currently protecting itself? How can we take steps toward better protection against cyber attacks? We’ll take an in-depth look.
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Now just a few months away from the United Kingdom’s official exit from the European Union, many industries are left reeling, wondering how exactly Brexit will impact their sector and trying to figure out ways to prepare. How will Brexit change the airline industry? How do you prepare? Let’s take a closer look.  
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