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On a daily basis a Director of Maintenance is in charge of managing a fleet of aircraft, ensuring that each plane is airworthy. They oversee everything from line maintenance to aircraft logbooks while managing business partnerships right from negotiations to the finalising of contracts. Indeed, a Director of Maintenance must ensure that any projects are [...]
As part of our continued growth, Rusada are delighted to announce the addition of Robert Murphy to our Client Services team as a Business Consultant. Robert joins Rusada at a time of increasing expansion and will look to add to the great start that Rusada has made to 2015. Robert joins from Cobham Aviation Services [...]
If you do business in or with European countries where that business has a connection to the use or handling of hazardous chemicals then you will no doubt have heard of REACH. Similar in respects to COSHH, REACH, instigated by ECHA, the European Chemical Agency is a set of legislation covering the management of chemical [...]
Managing inventory levels in both an efficient and effective manner is one of the major challenges facing any airline today, particularly finding the balance between spares availability for fleet utilisation and the high cost of maintaining stock levels. Rusada Commercial Director, Tim Alden, explains more. http://www.rusada.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/mromanagement-jun-14.pdf
Rusada are delighted to announce thatfollowing the selection of our MRO software, TNT Airways long haul fleet have completed the implementation projectthat started in April 2013. The inaugural important project milestone was completed in August 2013 when the first B777F OO-TSA was live in the Envision System. Now, just over a year after the project [...]
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The original plan to mandate Emergency Breathing Systems for helicopters operating in the Offshore Oil and Gas market has been brought forward from April 1 2016 to January 1 2015 after consultation with both operators and workers unions alike. In order to align other requirements such as the emergency egress through cabin windows with other [...]