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Aircraft Maintenance Operations
Engineering and Construction
Pages 3 (753 words)
Aircraft Maintenance Operations Student’s Name Instructor’s Name Course Code and Name University Date of Submission Aircraft Maintenance Operations Introduction Maintenance schedules refer to the details of all the components that are to be maintained in an aircraft and the frequency of the task.
Maintenance programme This refers to the overall maintenance schedule collaborated with a string of procedures that are meant for continuous review of the applicability and effectiveness of the aircraft. The programme is only accepted when there is compliance with its intent. During this stage data about the aircraft is collected and compiled. These data show the flying hours and flight cycles and it helps to gauge the interval of maintenance. According to Friend, 1992 how often the maintenance takes place depends on how the aircraft is operated. After this procedure, it follows that the operator writes to the CAD for approval of the maintenance. The CAD determines the eligibility of the proposal after which amendments are made by the operator. The new maintenance follows through the following: Management Review Board (MRB) The MRB is formed during the type certification process for big aircrafts that weigh more than 5.7 tonnes. It is composed of the national authorities and chaired by the authority of the state of design or manufacturer. Wu and Cave, 2000 argue that the industry steering committee looks at the design of the aircraft from a maintenance perspective and reports to the MRB. If the MRB believes that the customer does not qualify then it calls for more specialists to participate. ...
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