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: 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...
Date: December 16 , 2020
Tracking Aircraft Retirements in 2020
A key topic for discussion over the past year has been aircraft retirements. Would COVID-19 cause thousands of aircraft to retire this year, causing the market to be flooded with surplus parts and engines? So far, we'...
Date: November 24 , 2020
737NG, 737 MAX, A320ceo & A320neo Family Fleet Status
The great news that the 737 MAX, grounded since March 2019, has received FAA authorization to re-enter US airline service (with other regulators to follow in due-course) provides the opportunity to look at the current...