In this paper, maintenance of Airbus A380 engines is assessed from different perspectives. The paper analyzes general aircraft engine, major aircraft manufacturers, current technologies in aircraft engines and Rolls-Royce Trent 900 aircraft engine. In maintenance part, key issues are maintenance steering group (MSG-3) analysis, maintenance manual generation, heat and vibration analysis, and maintain monitoring build in equipments. The paper assesses Airbus A380 reliability through analysis of failure modes and effects analysis (FMEA) and failure modes, effects and criticality analysis (FMECA) of aircraft engine. The other are concerns fault tree analysis, functional hazard analysis (FHA) and Neo generation aircraft engine. The airbus is a huge plane to diagnose and identify faults manually; therefore, the concept of 3D computer aided simulation discussed in the paper. The paper concludes that reliability and maintainability of Airbus engines are essential for smooth operations of the aircraft and the industry.
The A380-800 is subsonic with very long variety and very high capability civil transport airplane. It offers a number of payload capabilities varying from 400 travellers in a very comfortable multi-class arrangement, capable of 853 travellers in an all economy class arrangement. The aircraft designed in close alliance with main airlines, airworthiness authorities and airports. It is the most sophisticated, roomy and effective aircraft in service condition of a new standard in air voyage and environmental effectiveness. The A380 family begins with a baseline commuter aircraft, the A380-800. The A380-900 superior capacity version is developable if in need by the market. Maintenance and reliability of such a magnificent product is a challenge, but the Aircraft has maintained the maintenance procedures. Reliability, Maintainability, and Availability (RMA) are system