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  • Intelligence: Aviation Electronics News
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  • Composites Care in Business Aviation
  • Big Engines; Big Data
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2710, 2016

If you’ve got it; flaunt it

by Andrew Drwiega Editor-in-Chief Aside from delighting motorists who have had a respite from escalating fuel costs over previous years, the current low in the price of oil has surprisingly resulted in many airlines getting [...]

2710, 2016

An insider’s look at business jet cabin upgrades

by Dale Smith When Sir Issac Newton penned his third law of motion in his Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica (Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy) - For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction [...]

2710, 2016

Composites Care in Business Aviation

by Charlotte Adams Composites are popular in business aviation aircraft. Equally important for aftermarket care is the fact that these materials are frequently found, not just in essentially cosmetic parts, but also in critical components [...]

2710, 2016

Big Engines: Big Data

by Andrew Drwiega Airbus 320NEO visit The volume of ‘big data’ that is increasingly flowing from the engines of commercial operators should result in less maintenance and increased profits. We talked to Pratt [...]

2710, 2016

Further Update from the Nondestructive Testing Forum: Emerging Topics

Airlines 4 America, or A4A, held the 59th annual Nondestructive Testing (NDT) Forum from September 26-29th in sunny San Diego, California this year. In a previous edition of Aviation Maintenance Magazine I wrote about the [...]

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OTHER NEWS (not featured in AVM)

112, 2016

AFI KLM E&M Opens Logistics Center in Kuala Lumpur

AFI KLM E&M has opened a new materials and logistics service center in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The new logistics center will work in coordination with the Singapore logistic center as well as its local component facilities [...]

3011, 2016

AeroVision International Signs ERJ Parts Support Agreement

AeroVision International has signed a comprehensive ERJ component support agreement with Aéreo Calafia, a growing regional airline based at the Manuel Márquez de León International Airport in La Paz, Mexico. The support agreement provides Aéreo [...]

2911, 2016

TCCA Awards 328 Support Services Maintenance Approval

328 Support Services has been endorsed by Canada’s Transport Canada Civil Aviation (TCCA) with the award of broad maintenance approval. It allows 328 to undertake modifications and repairs on any Canadian registered Dornier 328 aircraft, [...]

2811, 2016

Cebu Pacific Renews Engine Support with ITP

Philippines' airline Cebu Pacific has signed an agreement with ITP for the full support of the PW127M engines which power the airline’s ATR72-500 and 72-600 fleets. In total, this agreement will cover 24 aircraft with [...]

2811, 2016

Wizz Air Interfaces FLYdocs with AMOS

Wizz Air has given FLYdocs a long term contract for its advanced aviation data and records management platform. Wizz Air already uses the planning and maintenance software AMOS and, in entering into this long term [...]

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Andrew Drwiega
Andrew DrwiegaEditor in Chief

Andrew Drwiega - Editor-in-chief Aviation Maintenance

I am delighted to be taking over the editorship of such a strong and vibrant magazine as Aviation Maintenance. Joy Finnegan leaves having set the bar very high and I will have to work hard to match her achievements over the last five years.
I have been a journalist and communicator for over 30 years, the last 15 of which have been spent addressing a wide variety of issues in aviation and defense. Having reported on the international aviation market for many years, I am very familiar with many of the industry leading corporations but also appreciate the vital role that the supply chain holds, which frequently come under pressure as the world economy ebbs and flows according to the political and financial pressures put upon it (I write this on the morning of Brexit)!
My belief in print magazines is a traditional one. While social media and online cannot be matched for delivering breaking news quickly, it also contains much comment by the uninformed and those without responsibility. I firmly believe that in-depth commentary and analysis are key attributes of the specialist press.
Finally I would like once again to congratulate Joy Finnegan on a job well done and look forward to editing the next issue of Aviation Maintenance.
— Andrew Drwiega

Charlotte Adams – Senior Contributing Editor

A Duke University graduate, Charlotte brings a wealth of technical writing experience to the magazine, having written for or held editor positions with a wide range of aerospace publications, as well as with Federal Computer Week. She was editor of the Global Positioning & Navigation News newsletter, which covers the satellite navigation industry and editor-in-chief of Avionics Magazine.

Dale Smith – Senior Contributing Editor

Dale Smith has been an aviation journalist for 25 years specializing in business aviation. He is currently a regular writer for our publication covering diverse topics such as FADEC, avionics upgrades,
He is a licensed pilot and has flown 35 different types of general aviation, business and WWII vintage aircraft. He lives in Jacksonville, Florida.

Douglas Nelms – Senior Contributing Editor
With a lifetime of experience in the aviation industry and as a journalist specializing in aviation, Douglas Nelms brings tremendous expertise to our publication. He has served as managing editor of Rotor & Wing and is a former U. S. Army helicopter pilot.


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