Aircraft parts industry adapts to new challenges

Feb. 8, 2024
AMT delves into how aircraft parts distribution and manufacturing is embracing technological innovations and adapting to new market dynamics, Walker Jaroch writes for Aircraft Maintenance Technology.

FORT ATKINSON, Wis. - The world of aircraft parts manufacturing and distribution is regularly evolving, either via technological advancements, customer demands, or in response to world events and other geopolitical factors, Walker Jaroch writes for Aircraft Maintenance TechnologyContinue reading original article.

The Military & Aerospace Electronics take:

8 February 2024 - To gain insight into the current trends and challenges facing the industry today, AMT reached out to Darren Spiegel, Vice President & General Manager, AAR Electronics, and Ben Hockenberg, Chief Operating Officer, JSSI.

Speaking about emerging technologies impacing the industry, AAR Electronics' Speigel said, "the electrification of aircraft continues to drive product development. Traditional airline and military aircraft designs are displacing pneumatic and hydraulic systems with electronic components. On top of this change, the expansion of UAV builds along with the eventual eVTOL market is fostering a new design philosophy where OEMs and distributors are involved in the design stage with parts being custom-tailored for the specific platform."

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