Azur Optimizes Maintenance with Boeing Analytics

By Juliet Van Wagenen | October 21, 2016
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Azur Boeing 757. Photo: Wikimedia

[Avionics Magazine 10-21-2016] Boeing will implement its Optimized Maintenance Program (OMP) service for Azur airline’s Boeing 757 and 767 fleet. Powered by Boeing Analytics, the program aims to reduce scheduled maintenance labor costs, lower materials costs and improve airplane maintenance ground time.

Through an evaluation of logbooks, scheduled maintenance data, component maintenance records and other metrics, Boeing will develop recommendations for maintenance program enhancements customized to accommodate the unique operating environments and specific operational goals of the airline.

Boeing technical consultants work directly with local regulatory authorities to secure approval and agreement on any recommended maintenance program changes. Boeing’s agreement with Azur air also includes results monitoring following implementation of the program.

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