Aircraft IT MRO

September 23, 2015

It used to be so easy; Operations flew the airplanes around the world while MRO made sure that the engineering was up to the job. They were separate functions and you knew which was which. But it’s not so easy today. As in life, in aircraft IT lines are being blurred, convergence of technologies and of requirements has made it less easy to separate Operations from MRO. This has been a growing reality for some time now; for instance, while fuel management measures might well be part of Operations policy and process, many of the steps taken to deliver efficiency either require engineering interventions or have engineering implications.

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