Southern Utah University (SUU) wants to create an aviation maintenance training program. Employers in the area are supporting the effort and have donated equipment and resources to get the project off the ground. School officials and accreditors plan to include the mechanic coursework as part of a larger degree program so students can earn credit toward an associate’s degree.
Looking at the most important developments in MRO worldwide during 2018.
Already well-established as a leading MRO provider in Africa, Ethiopian has bold plans for expansion.
The U.S. midterm elections are putting new leaders into key congressional aviation committees—including some of whom have criticized foreign repair stations in the past.
Agency seeks to alleviate bottlenecks for students taking the mechanic certification exam.
Australian safety board releases an investigative report about an engine occurrence involving a corrosion-inducing cleaning processes for Rolls blades.
Canada's Transportation Safety Board calls for fatigue regulation, improved safety management systems.
The $1 billion market for the CF34 engine is open, competitive and growing, despite expected -3A retirements.
Alaska Air, Air New Zealand make Wi-Fi upgrades while Air Berlin Technik seeks a buyer.