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Thoroughly revised for the latest aviation industry changes and FAA regulations, this comprehensive reference explains how to establish and run an effi cient, reliable, and cost-effective aircraft maintenance program. Co-written by Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University instructors, Aviation Maintenance Management, Second Edition offers broad, integrated coverage of airline management, aircraft maintenance fundamentals, aviation safety, and the systematic planning and development of successful maintenance programs.
LEARN HOW TO: Minimize service interruptions while lowering maintenance and repair costs Adhere to aviation industry certification requirements and FAA regulations Define and document maintenance activities Work with engineering and production, planning, and control departments Understand the training requirements for mechanics, technicians, quality control inspectors, and quality assurance auditors Identify and monitor maintenance program problems and trends Manage line and hangar maintenance Provide materiel support for maintenance and engineering Stay on top of quality assurance, quality control, reliability standards, and safety issues
There are eleven NBAA resources that vary in length from a few pages to a few hundred pages. The NBAA Management Guide is probably the best known and is an extensive, but general, document covering flight department management. Some of the other documents delve deeper into subjects covered in the NBAA management guide. For instance, several of the other NBAA references discuss the taxes implications of business aircraft ownership and operation. These documents are invaluable because it is content specifically curated by NBAA determined germane to business aviation.
Aircraft maintenance is considered a highly error-prone activity due to the extensive human involvement and system complexities (Hobbs, 2008; Reason & Hobbs, 2003). Maintenance errors reduce safety margins and cause financial losses in terms of schedule disruptions; thus effective error management can lead to considerable cost savings (Hobbs & Kanki, 2008).
Thoroughly revised for the latest aviation industry changes and FAA regulations, this comprehensive reference explains how to establish and run an efficient, reliable, and cost-effective aircraft maintenance program. Why We Have to Do MaintenanceCh 2.
Since his retirement from Boeing in 2000, Dr. Kinnison has taught aviation maintenance management courses at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Florida.Tariq Siddiqui received his degree, Master of Aeronautical Science with specialization in Aviation/Aerospace Safety Systems and Management Specialization from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU). Currently he is employed as manager of aircraft maintenance at a commercial airline. Terry is currently teaching on an adjunct basis at ERAU. Siddiqui started his aviation career with Pan-Am Airlines. He has over 20 years of experience in aviation maintenance, management, aviation project management, environmental regulations, and investigation incidents and accidents. EBook User License Agreement:The Content is a copyrighted work of McGraw-Hill and McGraw-Hill reserves all rights in and to the Content.
Aviation is one of the pioneer industries of technology and military aviation has been a big contributor to the technological developments in the industry. The Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) have been in the military domain for years; however, their civil applications are fairly new and rapidly expanding. Due to their capabilities and ease of handling, they have been utilized in various operations such as monitoring, surveillance, remote sensing and delivery. Although their engines and avionics have been improved, there have been still major challenges with UAVs in terms of reliability, safety and maintenance. Quality and safety management concepts are inevitable for civil aviation industry and liable to many regulations and standards. These concepts are not yet fully established for UAVs and the regulations and standards are still in progress. The objective of this study is to provide an overview to UAVs from perspectives of quality and safety management in aviation. Additionally, new trends, developments and research areas are discussed as well. 2b1af7f3a8