Technical Aspects of a Leased Asset Seminar 2020 (Amsterdam, Netherlands – April 21, 2020) – ResearchAndMarkets.com
DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Technical Aspects of a Leased Asset 2020” conference has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.
This one day seminar will discuss the growing role of aircraft and engine leasing to worldwide airline’s fleets with an in-depth look at the maintenance issues and trends in technical aspects of aircraft leases.
It will provide a practical look at the difficulties and challenges of maintenance issues including how to estimate the right reserve rates for airframes, engines, property defining Overhaul and Shop Visit.
The seminar will encourage interactive debate and will include the various perspectives of those key personnel involved in the industry who have an in depth hands-on knowledge and experience to enable the participant to gain a better grasp of the Technical Aspects of a leased asset.
Highlights to be discussed will include:
- Technical maintenance issues
- Trends in technical development in aircraft leases
- Reserve draw-down & re-delivery
- The growing role of aircraft leasing
- Managing technical aspects of aircraft and engine leases
- Engine overhaul cycle
Who Should Attend:
- Powerplant Managers
- Technical Support
- Sales Support
- Admin Personnel
09:00 Introduction & Welcome
09:05 Aircraft Lessor Processes & Developments
10:00 Mid Lease Inspections and Compliance
11:20 Key Technical Aspects for Airframe and Engines in an Aircraft Lease
13:20 Engine Maintenance Management
14:15 Cost Escalations and Forecasting Costs
15:30 Lease Lifecycle Compliance: A Focus of Redelivering the Aircraft Back to the Lessor at the End of the Lease
16:20 End of Life Issues/Fleet Support for Aircraft Spares
For more information about this conference visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/lga1cz
Laura Wood, Senior Press Manager
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