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One week to go – Predictive Aircraft Maintenance conference

The Predictive Aircraft Maintenance 2022 conference is to take place in one week’s time at the Pan Pacific Hotel in London, UK.

Speakers from Airbus, Lufthansa Technic, Air France Industries KLM Engineering and Maintenance, GE Aviation, StandardAero, easyJet, Cranfield University, Engine Lease Finance Corporation, Gamit, Rusada and Aerogility will be participating in what is set to be an insightful and engaging conference on 16 November. Richard Brown, managing director of Naveo Consultancy, will chair the event.

A welcome reception, sponsored by EirTrade Aviation, will take place on the evening of 15 November. A networking reception, sponsored by Bolloré Logistics, will be held at the conclusion of the conference on 16 November.

There is still time to register to join the Predictive Aircraft Maintenance conference in order to hear from the array of speakers and take advantage of the networking opportunities. Please click here for more details.

The Predictive Aircraft Maintenance 2022 conference is being organised by Real Response Media and MRO Management magazine.

“The aim of the Predictive Aircraft Maintenance conference is to bring together key players, thought leaders, and users of predictive maintenance solutions from across the globe to address what is working, what has been achieved so far, and what more needs to be done with predictive maintenance solutions,” said MRO Management’s editor Jason Holland.

Conference chair Richard Brown commented: “Airlines incur billions of frustrating and unnecessary costs due to aircraft delays often driven by unplanned (and expensive) unscheduled maintenance events. The latest generation aircraft and engines are creating tremendous opportunities for aviation stakeholders to leverage big data analytics to help improve reliability and reduce costs.

“By leveraging the latest aircraft health management technology, it’s possible to reduce unscheduled maintenance and turn unplanned and costly into something predictable, planned, and manageable. This should lead to reduced inventory requirements, reductions in the frustrating no-fault found aircraft component removals, improved dispatch reliability, and enhanced labour productivity through better troubleshooting and diagnostics.”

Gold Sponsor for the Predictive Aircraft Maintenance conference is EirTrade Aviation. Bolloré Logistics is the Silver Sponsor, with Lufthansa Technik, Gamit Aerospace and StandardAero Bronze Sponsors. AJW Group is a Branding Partner.

PDQ Airspares and ToolLive will be exhibiting at the event. Click here for the event website.

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