Advanced Aircraft Maintenance Planning in an EASA Environment

 Advanced Aircraft Maintenance Planning in an EASA Environment PicWe operate aircraft within a heavily regulated industry which maintains a set of mandatory standards which we need to meet or exceed. Compliance with the aircraft maintenance program is the method by which we demonstrate  we are meeting these requirements.

The Aircraft Maintenance Process is a major cost centre within the aircraft operating environment and provides also a significant opportunity to deliver optimization and saving.

This course looks at several advanced subjects which are directly involved in the delivery of effective Aircraft Maintenance Planning.

Advanced Aircraft Maintenance Planning in an EASA Environment
The course covers the following contents of EASA Part M Maintenance Planning.
This training includes links to relevant video presentations.

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- Abbreviations & Terms
- Reliability Considerations in Maintenance Planning
- Maintenance Planning Engineering Function
- Aging Aircraft and Structures Considerations in Maintenance Planning
- Human Factors in Maintenance Planning
- Weight & Balance - Maintenance Planning’s Responsibility
- Changing Maintenance Programs - Developing a Bridging Check-Low  Utilization Programs
- Work package Control - Additional Content Control Process
- Helicopter Maintenance Planning Considerations
- Field Loadable Software
- Modifications & Repair Status considerations
- Managing Engine and Component Status “off wing”

About this course

Course type: Presentation without voice over
Duration equivalent to 1 day classroom training
Category: Part M
Price: 77.50 USD


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