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.
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 on quality assurance, quality control, reliability standards, and safety issues.
eBook File Description:
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
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
Harry A. Kinnison, Ph.D., worked for the Boeing Company for 20 years, 10 as a specialist in the Maintenance and Ground Operations Systems Group of the Customer Services Organization. Specifically, he represented Boeing to airlines on the ETOPS (extended-range twin-engine operations) program, participated in airline maintenance evaluations, and helped airlines develop reliability programs. 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. Mr. 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.
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