Pilots start some new Boeing planes by turning a knob and flipping two switches. The Boeing Max, the newest passenger jet on the market, works differently. The Max is a legacy of its past, built on decades-old systems, many that date back to the original version. The strategy, to keep updating the plane rather than starting from scratch, offered competitive advantages. For Boeing, it was also faster and cheaper to redesign and recertify than starting anew. But the strategy has now left the company in crisis, following two deadly crashes in less than five months.
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Boeing works with operators and regulatory agencies to develop and continuously improve scheduled maintenance programs for its commercial fleet to help ensure the highest safety and operational reliability levels.
Boeing will analyze data gathered throughout your maintenance organizations to determine the causes of recurrent equipment problems, planning issues, scheduling conflicts and procedural difficulties. Knowing the ideal intervals for scheduled maintenance programs help airlines maintain a safe, reliable, and cost-effective operation. Understanding these intervals also minimizes airplane out-of-service time due to scheduled maintenance program requirements.
Boeing works with operators and regulatory agencies for continuous analysis and improvement of fleet maintenance programs. Continuous comprehensive data analysis and improvement contribute to higher levels of safety and reliability with reduction in overall maintenance cost. Effective maintenance training is key to successful airline operations. Boeing training programs are designed and conducted with Boeing expertise and personnel, ensuring maximum airplane knowledge transfer to technicians.
Maintenance and Engineering. Maintenance Manuals. Maintenance Programs. Reliability Analysis. Extracting maximum value from routine maintenance data. Boeing helps customers develop customized reliability programs that will: Meet FAA and other regulatory requirements. Eliminate redundant and ineffective maintenance practices. Reduce no-fault-found occurrences. Reduce fleet maintenance costs.
Reduce maintenance and down time. Increase airplane availability. Reduce time from problem identification to corrective action. Scheduled Maintenance Analytics. Scheduled maintenance program analysis and improvements Knowing the ideal intervals for scheduled maintenance programs help airlines maintain a safe, reliable, and cost-effective operation. Maintenance Training.
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