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with additional independent MRO facilities
expected to be introduced in the mid-2020s. "
Demand for products and services has
fallen significantly. Airframe partners have
reduced production rates and the company
has forecasted that 2021 engine flying hours
will be down by 55 percent of 2019 levels.
Since the beginning of the pandemic
the company has taken swift action to protect its business by both reducing its spend
and by raising additional funds through
activities such as a global restructuring
program, a global footprint consolidation
and a rights issue.
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Rolls-Royce continues to deliver MRO
services under its TotalCare program
rather than pausing MRO services,
which would result in a spike of demand
when market demand returns.
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During the slowdown of regular MRO
demand, Rolls-Royce has taken the opportunity to accelerate the pace of programs
to implement durability improvements to
some of its engines. The company is continuing to deliver MRO services under its
TotalCare program rather than taking a
time and material approach of pausing MRO
services, which would result in a spike of
demand when market demand returns.
" The majority of MRO demand is currently with our legacy fleets, but as new
generation in-service fleets continue to grow
and accumulate flying hours at a rapid rate
over the coming decade, we expect to see
increased demand for newer engine overhaul, " explained a Rolls-Royce spokesperson.
" We will grow our CareNetwork to accommodate this through the development of
our existing mix of wholly-owned, jointventure and independent MRO facilities,
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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of march2021
Editor's Takeoff: Unnecessary Spending
Rotor Motors - Ready to Take Flight
The Potential of Prediction
Industry Outlook: Commercial Aviation Post Pandemic
A Year of Support
Professionalism: Is the Fault Removed?
ATEC Insight: Aviation Technician Education Community Sets Advocacy Priorities for 2021
ARSA Insight: Every Year
march2021 - 1
march2021 - 2
march2021 - 3
march2021 - Editor's Takeoff: Unnecessary Spending
march2021 - 5
march2021 - Industry Inspection
march2021 - 7
march2021 - 8
march2021 - 9
march2021 - Rotor Motors - Ready to Take Flight
march2021 - 11
march2021 - 12
march2021 - 13
march2021 - 14
march2021 - 15
march2021 - The Potential of Prediction
march2021 - 17
march2021 - 18
march2021 - 19
march2021 - 20
march2021 - 21
march2021 - 22
march2021 - 23
march2021 - Industry Outlook: Commercial Aviation Post Pandemic
march2021 - 25
march2021 - 26
march2021 - 27
march2021 - 28
march2021 - 29
march2021 - A Year of Support
march2021 - 31
march2021 - 32
march2021 - 33
march2021 - 34
march2021 - Suitable Software
march2021 - 36
march2021 - 37
march2021 - 38
march2021 - Professionalism: Is the Fault Removed?
march2021 - ATEC Insight: Aviation Technician Education Community Sets Advocacy Priorities for 2021
march2021 - Advertiser's Index
march2021 - ARSA Insight: Every Year
march2021 - 43
march2021 - 44