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Commercial Aspects of Aircraft Maintenance

Identifies the drivers in maintenance costs evaluation and analyses arguments concerning maintenance matters in commercial discussions.

Who should attend?

  • Professionals from sales, after-sales or design office departments, working for airframe, engine or equipment manufacturers
  • Professionals from airlines and lessors who are involved in aircraft maintenance

What does this course cover?

  • Maintenance organisation and processes – MRO perspective:
    • Airline and MRO trends
    • Airworthiness authority involvement
    • Customised maintenance programmes
    • Maintenance costs
  • Aircraft engine ownership costs:
    • Designing for low operating costs
    • Engine maintenance programmes for cost-effective operation
    • Maintenance concepts and levels
    • Work packages
    • Cost of ownership
    • Costs and influencing factors
    • Maintenance cost guarantees and agreements
    • Total care
  • Cost effective aircraft maintenance – the lessor’s perspective
  • Financial and operational points of view:
    • Assessment of the different costs linked to maintenance
    • Proportion of each in relation to the total costs (DOC/DMC/detailed breakdown)
    • Maintenance cost systems
    • Methods for cost assessment and cost reductions
    • Support to the airline
  • Airline Maintenance Organisation – an airline’s perspective (focus on on-wing maintenance)
  • Airline criteria
  • Maintenance objectives

Dates and Venue

Xiamen, China
15-17 July 2014 (Early bird fee is ¥11 000 if you register before 16 May 2014)
Course fee:  ¥12 000

Toulouse, France
5-7 November 2014 (Early bird fee is €987 if you register before 5 September 2014)
Course fee: €1 233

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