​ANALYSIS: How airlines are rethinking MRO schedules

As airlines had to hand over their aircraft to maintenance repair and overhaul providers for rigid, lengthy letter checks in the past, they were regularly left to get on with their business without the aircraft for up to several weeks. With the transition from letter checks with set inspection intervals to condition-based maintenance, however, MRO schedules have become much more flexible and could be closely customised around airlines’ flight operations.

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