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Hold the line. Love isn’t always on time. So opined Toto in the classic rock song. MRO providers around the world have indeed had to hold the line over the last year as they adapt to new realities brought about by the Covid-19 crisis.
That might be in the metaphorical sense of keeping operations steady in difficult times in preparation for better days ahead. Or it might be in the sense of holding line maintenance operations as the requirement for them sharply dropped. Like the love Toto sang about, many scheduled, proposed or anticipated MRO events have not occurred on time.
Our cover story explores how MRO companies have adapted their line maintenance activities in light of Covid-19 and ponders what the future might hold as aircraft begin to return to service. Despite the challenges they have faced, many providers have shared stories of positive actions, initiatives and developments, ...