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: September 04 , 2020
Used Serviceable Material / Surplus Parts Market
One of the key MRO trends over the past decade has been the growing importance of Used Serviceable Material (USM) – also known as Surplus Parts. The past decade saw aircraft acquired, retired, parted-out, and their pa...
Date: August 28 , 2020
Air Transport Fleet Status: In-Service & Stored Analysis
After our recent post about % fleet active/stored by region, NAVEO was asked about key aircraft models and whether narrowbodies are indeed showing higher levels of activity compared to widebodies, etc., and, whether c...
Date: August 22 , 2020
Air Transport Fleet Status & Average Age
Let's see how many aircraft in mid-August 2020 are currently in-service, parked/stored, average age, and how the % in-service/parked varies by region. Overall, ~60% of the fleet is in-service and the average age (acti...