The March 3 issue of AW&ST MRO Edition
focuses on increasing the bottom line--through ancillary ways to produce more revenue and creative ways to save money. Learn how to achieve this--and better serve customers at the same time.
This issue, which will be distributed at the Aeronautical Repair Station Association's annual conference March 19-21, also will include an Engine Analysis focused on the Pratt & Whitney PW100/150 fleet--its market size, performance and upcoming maintenance needs.
Are you wondering who the MRO Award nominees are? You'll find the short-listed contenders in this issue. We will present the awards at our MRO Americas Conference
on April 8. We are accepting award nominations
for airline MROs, independent MROs, suppliers/OEMs and military center of excellence through Jan. 20. Click here
to register for the MRO Americas event and attend the ceremony.
Two other things you should definitely note: 1. We're including a feature examining avionics retrofits for mature aircraft--and what operators are seeking, and 2. the full-run AW&ST
will include a composites repair package. The MRO Edition will include a digital extra on the technology of composite repair--including the material, repairs, equipment and training.