Aviation Maintenance Management

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The complete, up to date guide to managing aircraft maintenance programs.

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. 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.
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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

Table of Contents

  • Ch 1. Why We Have to Do Maintenance
  • Ch 2. Development of Maintenance Programs
  • Ch 3. Definitions, Goals and Objectives
  • Ch 4. Aviation Industry Certification Requirements
  • Ch 5. Documentation for Maintenance
  • Ch 6. Requirements for a Maintenance Program
  • Ch 7. The Maintenance and Engineering Organization
  • Ch 8. Engineering
  • Ch 9. Production and Planning Control
  • Ch 10. Technical Publication
  • Ch 11. Technical Training
  • Ch 12. Aircraft Maintenance Management
  • Ch 13. Line Maintenance
  • Ch 14. Hangar Maintenance
  • Ch 15. Materiel Support
  • Ch 16. Quality Assurance
  • Ch 17. Quality Control
  • Ch 18. Reliability
  • Ch 19. Maintenance Safety



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