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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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The worst period in aviation history has now passed and in some ways, the industry got through the global COVD-19 pandemic better than expected.
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After two-plus years of historically rough headwinds, the aviation industry is recovering much faster than expected.
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The global supply chain crisis and aviation’s long-running labour shortage have put immense pressure on the aftermarket. Will planned production increases from Airbus and Boeing make it even worse?
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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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Can the aviation industry build a more sustainable future without the infusion of new companies, talents, and ideas?
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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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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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This blog is driven by Satair Marketing & Communication with input from both internal and external contributors.