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Aerospace
Forecast maintenance inspections

Understanding your challenges

  • Inability to forecast an accurate schedule for maintenance is making it difficult to plan for future work
  • Researching accurate utilization data from multiple sources takes too much time and risks inaccuracies that will impact on maintenance cycles
  • Unexpected technical errors leading to aircraft on ground costs airlines money

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How we help

Fuel your maintenance strategy with the most authoritative data in the marketplace
  • Improve your decisions by accessing data records for 175,835 in-service or stored aircraft, including narrow body jets, regional turboprops, wide body jets and regional jets
  • Boost your knowledge of engine selection & performance by accessing records of 99,554 engines installed or ordered on commercial jets
  • Analyze the engine selection for 191,289 in service, stored or on order aircraft

Inform your growth plans by conducting a detailed market analysis of maintenance providers worldwide
  • Develop your analysis and research by accessing the location of 2,158 maintenance bays
  • Forecast your future plans by segmenting 25,000 Airframe maintenance contracts covering components, landing gear, strip/paint, composites, wheels/tyres, brakes, A check, B, Check, C Check and heavy checks
  • Drive your plans by analysing 8000 engine/APU maintenance contracts covering components, thrust reverser and overhaul

By providing you with accurate engine utilization data, we can help you identify and prepare for future maintenance requirements.

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Where does our data come from and what makes it the most authoritative

The most comprehensive view of the global fleet

Over 379,000 unique aircraft records made up of 176,566 in-service aircraft across helicopters, commercial, military fixed-wing, business and utility transport fleets.

Data sourced from dedicated aviation researchers

A team of 35 aviation researchers collate data on a daily basis from aircraft registers, OEMs, banks and lessors with additional information obtained from clients, news providers, social media and photographic evidence.

A trusted quality control procedure

Data quality is paramount to FlightGlobal and there are numerous processes to ensure our clients receive the best quality data possible. The team uses a bespoke application that runs a series of over 400 automated tests to check data integrity.

The most informed view of aircraft utilization

Gain a comprehensive flight-by-flight history for each individual aircraft in the global fleet, including taxi, airborne and turn times.

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