MRO providers are finding plenty of ways to reduce the airline industry’s environmental footprint in the hangar.
AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE HAS ONE powerful reason to improve environmental performance, reducing the cost of fuel and other materials, but faces one big hurdle. Many cost-effective improvements require up-front investment and capital is short today, especially among US airlines. Nevertheless, carriers are pushing vigorously to reduce use of energy, water and other materials and to cut emissions wherever opportunities exist. And more financially robust maintenance firms are setting very ...
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