Customer needs vary across the lifecycle. Suppliers are battling for position to support aircraft, from entry-into-service through to retirement and tear-down.
OEMs, MRO integrators and independent suppliers each have their own strengths and challenges, but choice, flexibility and customization are the name of the game. These help to leverage workscope management, used serviceable material, part repairs and, to varying degrees, big data analytics, all of which NAVEO can help to identify and use to maximum advantage.
Date: March 12 , 2021
Reviewing 2020 Aircraft Retirements
So, how many air transport aircraft retired in 2020? Thousands? Nope. 2020 did not yield the thousands of retirements that had been feared. Though the final tally will be subject to revision in the coming months, so f...
Date: January 18 , 2021
Norwegian Air Shuttle Fights for Survival
On the 14th of January, Norwegian Air Shuttle announced plans to focus on short-haul flying and abandon long-haul. Norwegian’s quest for profitability long preceded COVID-19. The restructuring plan calls for 50 nar...
Date: January 12 , 2021
Calmer weather is on the horizon. Outlook for 2021
Aviation leaders tend to be optimists. Each dawn, they believe, promises a new start. The storm clouds will pass, they confidently say. We are lucky that our industry was is full of engineers, strategists, and planner...