Commercial Aspects of Aircraft Maintenance
|20 to 22 March 2013||PTMS160034||€1 800|
|18 to 20 September 2013||PTMS160035||€1 800|
Who should attend?
Professionals from sales, after-sales or design office departments, working for airframe, engine or equipment manufacturers
How will I benefit?
After attending this course, you should be able to:
Identify the drivers in maintenance cost evaluation
Analyse arguments concerning maintenance
Know how to establish a maintenance programme and optimise it
What will the course cover?
- Maintenance organisation and processes - MRO perspective
Aircraft engine ownership costs
Cost effective aircraft maintenance - the lessor's perspective
Financial and operational points of view
Airline maintenance organisation
Training in maintenance
Establishing an initial maintenance programme
Initial provisioning (spares)
Case studies on maintenance costs and visit to Air France Industries
Customer and Commercial Manager, Pratt and Whitney Toulouse
Senior Vice President Commercial, Air France Industries and KLM Engineering and Maintenance
Senior Consultant, AirBusiness Academy
Head of Aviation Management, AirBusiness Academy
Airbus Customer Services, FHS
Associate Consultant, AirBusiness Academy
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