is usually very light check or maintenance carried out on an aircraft usually after 100 flight hours.
The team has managed to escalate the heavy maintenance interval to 36 months and for the A-check
maintenance interval from approximately 60 days to 120 days, resulting in a better utilization of maintenance ground time and an increase in aircraft operational availability.
The Engineering and Maintenance team with the support of Boeing managed to escalate the heavy maintenance interval to 36 months and for the A-check
maintenance from approximately 60 days interval to 120 days resulting in better utilisation of maintenance ground time and an increase in aircraft operational availability.
As a confirmation of Bombardiers focus on continuous improvement aimed at addressing traffic growth and customer bottom line, Bombardier is also pleased to announce a 2,000 lb-increase in payload and an escalation of the A-Check
and C-Check intervals from 600/6,000 to 800/8,000 flight hours, all available for entry-into-service as early as 2018.
Background Verification & Reference Checks & Drug Testing from Crederity & A-Check
Details : Sub contractor cleaners for Gulf Air Aircraft external cleaning and seat cover change during A-Check
Its last C-check took place on 22 June last year and it underwent an A-check
immediately before its departure to Riyadh from Frankfurt.
MORE than 80 people attended a celebration marking the 500th A-Check
by SR Technics company in Busaiteen.
the recipe here: Blend one last minute change to the flight schedule with one less-than-stellar brief.
In addition, the ACT-1 Group is a leading global provider of workforce solutions through Agile-1 and offers a variety of other human resource business services such as personnel background and screening through its A-Check
Installation of the solution can be done during a standard A-Check
a regular overnight maintenance procedure that occurs every 200-400 cycles (take offs and landings).
EASA Part 145 certificate of VDT allows the MRO to extend A-check
services on the Boeing 737-300/-400/-500, 747-8F and 747-400 (PW4000-powered).