Iata Master Engine Maintenance Agreement

Download the MCTG utility (zip) to transmit your maintenance data to MCTG. We also initiate sector inquiries (e.g. B depreciation of aircraft and capitalization of maintenance costs, paperless supply chain, MEL) and projects (e.g. (B standardization of maintenance contracts, aircraft leasing and maintenance reserves) for the benefit of the aviation community. The document Maintenance Costs for Aging Aircraft (pdf) defines three types of aircraft aging (technical, economic and financial) that can influence them and how they can be measured. Different parameters influence maintenance costs, such as routine and non-routine maintenance, service bulletins (SB) and airworthiness directives (AD). Quantifying the evolution of maintenance costs requires the collection of data throughout the life of the aircraft airframe. Data accuracy and consistency are essential. This document provides an approach and guidelines for creating curves based on direct maintenance costs by tail number.

In order to make maintenance contracts more efficient, the AMA Master is available for use in industry. We offer unique baseline data collection and analysis with more than 50 airlines accounting for 25% of fleet and maintenance costs worldwide. Contributor Iryna`s details Khomenko Iryna are currently working at IATA on an industry design agreement for engine shop visits and harmonised documents for aircraft leasing transfer. Prior to joining IATA, she worked for six years as Director of the Maintenance & Engineering Finance Department at Aerosvit Airlines, Ukraine. His responsibility included financial and economic aspects of the airline`s technical operation. Iryna began her career as an economist in Ukraine, Mediterranean Airlines, after obtaining her master`s degree in management and economics. The Operational Operations Document (pdf) aims to define the different types of availabilities on the basis of a common approach developed by operators and aircraft manufacturers, measuring periods of unavailability. The different downtime metrics are based on data collection for aircraft grounding periods using the ATA Spec 2000 Out of Service dataset.

It makes it possible to identify drivers for aircraft unavailability in two main categories: planned and unplanned maintenance activities, in order to identify all possible causes that cause an aircraft to be unavailable. This document is similar to AMA`s, but applies to the engine. The Maintenance Cost Conference (MCC) is MCTG`s annual event, which takes place three days in the fall in a different location and with a different theme each year. Aircraft maintenance experts meet to discuss current topics and trends in the industry. The conference usually hosts an average of 150 delegates. IATA guidance material and LLP traceability best practices (pdf) cover all topics that play a role in aircraft life limit parts (LLPs) traceability. The document is mainly aimed at a technical audience (engineers working in the technical/technical services of airlines, as well as technical representatives of leasing companies, spare parts suppliers and distributors). While the paper looks at a number of important challenges the industry faces when it comes to collecting data/information and collecting support documentation to enable LLPs tracking, it offers a methodology to ensure accurate traceability of LLPs throughout their lifecycle. It addresses issues taking into account technical, regulatory, legal and commercial considerations. Drawing on best practices in aircraft operations and industry models, the AMA Master has been designed to facilitate negotiations for heavy maintenance events such as C-tests, D-tests, structural testing and other types of airframe maintenance. .

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