Airbus and Delta will offer new predictive maintenance cross-fleet solutions based on Skywise

Romain Guillot

2019/10/17 | 237 words | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | MAINTENANCE / MRO
Airbus and Delta will offer new predictive maintenance cross-fleet solutions based on Skywise © Le Journal de l'Aviation - All rights reserved

Airbus and Delta Air Lines have decided to form a digital alliance aimed at developing new predictive maintenance solutions based on Airbus' Skywise open data platform.

Notably, these new solutions will have a cross-fleet approach in mind and will be accessed via a unified portal, meaning that Boeing aircraft will also be able to benefit of the enriched plateform.

The fruits of this new partnership, called "Predictive maintenance services powered by Skywise", will be offered to third-pa...(…)

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