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
Aircraft engine ownership costs:
Designing for low operating costs
Engine maintenance programmes for cost-effective operation
Maintenance concepts and levels
Cost of ownership
Costs and influencing factors
Maintenance cost guarantees and agreements
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)
Dates and Venue
27 - 29 May 2015
22 - 24 September 2015
13 - 15 October 2015
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
17 - 19 November 2015
€1 285 (Early bird fee is €1 010 if you register 60 days before the start date)
$1 863 (Early bird fee is $1 465 if you register 60 days before the start date)
¥11 888 (Early bird fee is ¥9 344 if you register 60 days before the start date)
Cancellation Policy: We require four weeks written cancellation notice prior to the start of the course. After this period, we will charge cancellation fees as follows;
Two to four weeks prior to the start of the course = 50% cancellation fee
During the two weeks before the start of the course or in the case of a No-show = 100% of total amount will be charged.
Please note that name changes are accepted at any time.
Commercial Aspects of Aircraft Maintenance