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  • Category: Avionics and Apps

    Inertial Reference System Support

    Navhouse added the Litton LTN-90-100 inertial reference system (IRS) testing and support capability to its roster after acquiring Air France Industries KLM Engineering & Maintenance's LTN-99 and LTN-90-100 test stations and related equipment.

  • Category: Avionics and Apps

    Night Vision

    This company, specializing in aircraft cockpit lighting solutions, including night-vision cockpits, has received AS9100 Rev. 3 and ISO 9001: 2008 certifications.

  • Category: Avionics and Apps

    Flight Data

    This vertically integrated manufacturer and provider of flight data, flight-following services and satellite communications equipment, added a Web-based flight data analytics platform for aircraft equipped with the company's IONode flight-data recorder.

  • Category: Avionics and Apps

    Flexible EFB

    TUIfly selected Scandinavian Avionics' electronic flight bag (EFB) solution for 12 of its Boeing 737-800 aircraft, with the possibility of full fleet deployment in the future.

  • Category: Avionics and Apps

    Mobile Maintenance

    Boeing's suite of maintenance applications are designed to improve productivity and efficiency, and Norwegian Air Shuttle just signed a contract to deploy the maintenance apps for its line maintenance operations.

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Fleet

How many different global Operators currently have any variant of the 737 in service?

311
MRO

What is the anticipated number of main landing gear overhauls forecasted for all variants of the 737 over the next 24 months?

541
Forecast

What is the forecasted demand of new commercial aircraft in the next 2 decades?

30,000