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How to prepare for a smooth return-to-service

With an estimated lower demand for Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) operations in the post-COVID world, the MRO industry will be facing increased competiteveness amongst the players. Previous strategies are no longer viable nor relevant, pushing all actors to search for opportunities to preserve their status and prepare for the return-to-service. Here is our take on how you can get ready for a flying restart.

How to build resilience into your operations

MROs have suffered the collateral damage of the drop in passenger demand and travel restrictions. This sudden shift on the market has brought MRO companies to an unprecedented situation and has called for them to adapt themselves and their offering. In this hyper volatile context, Airbus remains by your side to build resilience into your operations, so that when the time comes, you will be ready for a flying restart.

How to prepare for a smooth return to service

Ramping up in such a volatile context will be challenging for all players in the industry, but even more so for Airlines. From preparing the aircraft to go back to the skies, to effectively setting up new safety requirements, the activities to perform will be many, complex and probably a first ever in such volumes. But as always, Airbus will remain by your side, to make sure you get off to a flying restart.

How to build resilience into your operations

As an airline, you have been hit at the heart during this pandemic. In this hyper volatile context, we strive at supporting you through the toughest times, so that soon you'll be off again for a flying restart. But until that moment comes, here are a few practical tips on how to best weather the storm and how Airbus can support you in building resilience into your operations.

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At Airbus Services we are here to help you with all of your service needs. Please contact us to find out more about the Airbus Services portfolio.

GO5 Products

Airbus Services GO5 is your dedicated provider enabling you to develop and manufacture your own training devices.

GO5 Services

GO5 Services

Airbus Simulation GO5

iPad Mount

Airbus has designed a mount for Apple iPad to be installed on the cockpit window frame. It can hold iPad 2,3,4 and iPad Air 1,2. A USB charger designed to meet the iPad charging specification is also included.

A350 EFB Mounting Device

A unique solution optimising tablet use for pilot & co-pilot and enabling use of Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) software.

Electronic Flight Bag

Future Air Navigation System (FANS)

FANS allows improved communication and surveillance capability in the aircraft to avoid misunderstanding between ATC and the flight crew and improves information visibility.

Weather Radar

The new Weather Radar provides a depiction of the reflectivity of surrounding weather cells and a weather threat assessment.

ADS-B out

The ADS-B Out is the solution for Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast. This means that there is no requirement for Flight Crew manual action and the data is provided at aircraft level.

Halon-free Extinguisher (HAFEX)

You can replace all cockpit and cabin portable fire extinguishers by HAFEX bottles. HAFEX is the lightest alternative to existing halon extinguishers and weighs only 2.4kg per bottle (including 1.6kg of 2BTP agent and a bracket).

Fuel Tank Inerting System (FTIS)

On July 21th, 2008, the FAA required operators and manufacturers to incorporate a Flammability Reduction Means (FRM) or ignition mitigation means on fuel tanks having a flammability exposure exceeding certain thresholds.

Regulations and Surveillance

Single Engine Taxi Without APU

The Single Engine Taxi Without APU solution “SETWA” is designed specifically to allow our A320 family customers to taxi on a single engine without the APU (Auxiliary Power Unit).

Descent Profile Optimisation (DPO)

Descent Profile Optimization (DPO) is a fuel saving initiative which updates the Flight Management System (FMS) performance database by reducing margins in descent models.

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