Maintenance & Engineering
Airbus Maintenance & Engineering Services actively supports the continuous business success of its customers and the overall competitiveness of their Airbus aircraft fleet by providing first-class technical solutions.
This support comprises optimising the maintenance process, reducing maintenance costs and improving the overall reliability and availability of the aircraft.
Airbus Maintenance & Engineering Services offers a wide variety of services, e-solutions and further assistance – ranging from the preparation and planning of maintenance programme to real-time health monitoring and troubleshooting, assistance for structural repair, as well as the management of technical data and further documentation. Airbus also provides its unparalleled expertise as an aircraft manufacturer to its customers through seminars and further on-site assistance.
Airbus Maintenance & Engineering offers scheduled maintenance programme seminars for airlines, suppliers, MRO (Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul) operators, and airworthiness authorities. These training courses provide an overview of industry processes (MSG-3 method, MRBR and ALS processes, airworthiness regulations), and maintenance planning document (MPD), as well as guidance on operator maintenance programs (OMP) for Airbus aircraft.
For more information on scheduled maintenance program seminars, visit the customer portal at Airbusworld.com.
The Airbus Technical Aircraft-on-ground Centre (AIRTAC) is a state-of-the-art facility with dedicated specialist engineers and innovative technology, operating 24 hours, 365 days a year. AIRTAC is part of a wider customer service approach that provides all Airbus operators with global around-the-clock assistance for all aircraft-on-ground matters.
Airbus is constantly looking for ways to federate support for airlines and secure the highest safety levels, dispatch rate and reliability of its worldwide fleet. For such support, Airbus Customer Services has recognised the central position of MRO operators and wishes to boost this relationship with the MRO community for maintenance efficiency and customer satisfaction.
Did you know?
Some 10 to 15% of an airline’s direct operating costs come from aircraft maintenance. Having the right offer for all maintenance and engineering related services is therefore essential to efficiently support the airline in its everyday business.
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