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Desert Airplane Boneyards: Where Planes Go to Die … or Hibernate

Some of the world’s most unique airports, located in remote desert locations, are off limits to the public as they are the “airplane boneyards” where old planes go to die or hibernate until they can be put back into service again. These sto...
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Aviation Regulatory Updates for 2022

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Some aviation regulations will continue to be affected by the COVID-19 pandemic into 2022, and other new FAA regulations concern the increas...
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Commercial Aviation Mechanic Pipeline: Project 12,000 Mechanics Shortfall by 2041

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The commercial aviation mechanic pipeline is facing a shortage of some 12,000 mechanics in the next 20 years according to a new report from ...
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Understanding the MSG-3 Aviation Maintenance Approach

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The evolution of aviation maintenance to a top-down approach with programs planned around individual tasks has proven to be cost-effective w...
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