December/January 2023 – Vol. 24, Issue 8
Access in aviation (PDF, 772.56 KB)
Now that air travel restrictions have been lifted in most parts of the world, it is high fuel costs and the weak economic outlook that are most affecting the global airline industry. However, ensuring aircraft are fully operational with minimal downtime is absolutely critical meaning using methods to satisfy safety and maintenance requirements in as short a time as possible is essential. We take a look at some of the solutions.
December/January 2022 – Vol. 23, Issue 8
Access in Aviation (PDF, 1.2 MB)
Ever since the first powered aircraft flight in 1903 there has been a need to work at height to reach various components on an aircraft in order inspect, service, maintain and repair them. However, as time has progressed the safety of those working at height has become increasingly important, as has the speed and efficiency of the work. We take a look at how access methods have changed over the years.