Cost-Effective Engine MRO
Engine maintenance is the largest segment of total MRO spend at 35%. It is the biggest cost driver for operators with forecasts predicting that engine MRO requirements are only going to increase over the next decade.
Airlines are faced with an increasingly difficult challenge to develop a strategy that leads to effective maintenance planning and cost reduction. This forum will identify and advise on the criteria to be evaluated and understood when selecting your service provider and planning maintenance schedules and budgets for engine MRO.
- Focus on how to reduce engine removals, optimize workscopes and reduce shop visit costs.
- Develop practices for “repairing rather than replacing” Look at ‘future’ engine designs Understand co-operations vs competition – what does the increase in joint ventures, partnerships and alliances between OEM’s and MRO’s mean for operators and independent repair organizations?
- Gain best practices and advice for airlines in negotiation and re-negotiation of engine MRO contracts
- Importance of ‘Lean’ principles in engine MRO
Featuring a Facility Tour of Turkish Engine Center
Who Will Attend?
Engine MRO will deliver Airlines, MROs, Engine OEMs, Engine Parts Suppliers, Engine Repair Specialists, Engine Lessors, Aviation Authorities, Aviation Consultants, Training Organisations, all suppliers of repair equipment, material and technologies to the sector
Meet with key professionals and decision-makers in this industry including:
- Technical Directors and VP Maintenance
- Repair Engineers and Managers
- Managers of Engineering Services
- Managers of Technical Operations
- Maintenance Managers
- Managers of Engine Services
- Powerplant/Propulsion Engineers and Managers
- Engine Fleet Managers
- Engine Contract Managers
- Materials Engineers and Managers
- Product Support Managers
- Quality Control/Assurance Managers