Mecham, Michael
July 2005
Aviation Week & Space Technology;7/4/2005, Vol. 163 Issue 1, p58
Trade Publication
This article focuses on Boeing Co. which has developed a suite of software tools to unify airline maintenance activities from start to finish, much as text, data and graphics suites are integrated for "front office" business operations. Called the Maintenance Performance Toolbox, the suite was developed by Boeing Commercial Aviation Services. It was developed to increase airline maintenance, repair and overhaul productivity and performance by giving maintenance managers and technicians 24-hour access to the repair history of individual aircraft.


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