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Boeing and Airbus Join Forces With Common Requirements for Future Suppliers at Aviation Week's MRO Europe
New York (ots/PRNewswire) -
- Airline Maintenance Professionals Connect to Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul Industry Issues and Products at Europe's Largest Maintenance Event in Copenhagen
Top executives and government officials from all sectors of Europe's aviation industry will convene 15-16 September at the Bella Center in Copenhagen to explore the future of aviation maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) during Aviation Week's Annual MRO Europe Conference & Exhibition. The conference will feature an exclusive joint session conducted by Airbus and Boeing, where they will discuss common requirements for sharing reliability and maintenance data using the Spec-2000 Chapter 11 standards. Speaking will be John Yakubowsky, Associate Technical Fellow, Reliability Engineering, Boeing Commercial Airplane Group, and Achim Krapp, Director Fleet Management, Reliability & Maintenance Economics, Airbus.
Designed to help airlines become more cost effective in MRO, this new system establishes common requirements throughout the maintenance industry, contains information on the reliability of parts and aids in the future design of aircraft. A joint creation by Airbus, Boeing, Embraer and Bombardier, this special session has been added to the MRO Europe Conference agenda at the request of the two largest OEMs in world.
"Although they are intense competitors, Airbus and Boeing are working together to make aircraft more reliable," said Kenneth E. Gazzola, Aviation Week Executive Vice President/Publisher. Participants at MRO Europe will get a unique insight into this cooperative program, as well as experience the full range of business, technological and operational developments and trends in the MRO marketplace."
MRO Europe, the largest and most important event for the European aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul industry, gives airline maintenance professionals the opportunity to connect with the MRO industry through presentations and panel discussions, and a sold-out exhibit hall featuring the latest technology and services in aviation maintenance. It draws more than 1,200 top executives and government officials from all sectors of Europe's aviation industry for executive presentations, panel discussions, and more than 100 exhibition spaces exhibition spaces and displays of aircraft maintenance technologies and services,
Additional information and online registration for MRO Europe is available at http://www.aviationnow.com/conferences , or by calling +1- 212-904-3892.
MRO Europe is produced by Aviation Week in association with Overhaul & Maintenance magazine and SAS Component. It is sponsored by Airbus, The Boeing Company, Air France Industries, KLM Engineering & Maintenance, Oracle Corporation, Pratt & Whitney and Snecma Services. Support comes from the Association of European Airlines (AEA), Delta Air Lines, Defence & Aerospace Industries Association in Denmark (FAD) and SAS Scandinavian Airlines.
About Aviation Week
Aviation Week Conferences & Exhibitions is the professional education and events arm of Aviation Week Group, a division of The McGraw-Hill Companies. With nearly 50 products and services, including Overhaul & Maintenance magazine and a core audience of some 1 million professionals and enthusiasts, Aviation Week is the world's largest multimedia information and service provider to the aviation and aerospace market. The group's web portal, http://www.AviationNow.com , offers the industry's most reliable news, information and features.
About The McGraw Hill Companies
Founded in 1888, The McGraw-Hill Companies is a leading global information services provider meeting worldwide needs in the financial services, education and business information markets through leading brands such as Standard & Poor's, BusinessWeek and McGraw-Hill Education. The Corporation has more than 280 offices in 40 countries. Sales in 2003 were USD$4.8 billion. Additional information is available at http://www.mcgraw-hill.com .
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