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 29 , 2022
Air Transport Aircraft Retirements Update
The air transport aircraft retirement tsunami that was expected has, so far, failed to materialize. 2021 saw the lowest official retirements since 2007, with only ~429 aircraft being recognized as being officially ret...
Date: November 23 , 2021
Tracking the Air Transport Utilization Recovery
April 2020 marked the low point in air transport fleet utilization. Since then, aircraft flying hours have been steadily increasing. However, the speed of the recovery has varied by size of aircraft (e.g., narrowbod...
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...