How Air France manages its grounded fleet before recovery time

Emilie Drab

2020/05/07 | 837 words | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | MAINTENANCE / MRO
How Air France manages its grounded fleet before recovery time © Air France

If airlines are at the forefront of the pandemic crisis, airline MROs must also adapt to this unprecedented situation in which the majority of the world fleet is grounded. Heavy maintenance have logically greatly reduced, however there is work to be done to maintain the portion of the fleet that remains in flight but also to maintain in operational condition the aircraft which remains on the ground. In the case of Air France, 180 aircraft are immobilized on a fleet of 224 aircraft. For Air Fr...(…)

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