The Aircraft Availability Document (pdf) aims to define the different types of availability on the basis of a common approach developed by aircraft operators and manufacturers, the measure being based on downtimes. The different downtime metrics are based on data collection for aircraft hours of service using the ATA Spec 2000 Out of Service data recording. It identifies aircraft unavailability drivers in two main categories: planned maintenance operations and unforeseen operations, in order to identify all possible causes that make an aircraft no longer available. In order to improve the efficiency of maintenance contracts, the Ama Master is available for use in the industry. IATA The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is the trade association of the world`s airlines, representing approximately 260 airlines, or 83% of total air traffic. It supports many aviation sectors and contributes to the formulation of industrial policy on critical aviation. One of the guiding concepts of the IATA structure is global development, regional distribution, where departments encourage the development of global standards, systems and interest groups, while regional and national offices are responsible for implementation. In addition, we insert sector surveys (for example. B capitalization of aircraft depreciation and maintenance costs, paperless supply chains, CEP) and projects (e.g. B, standardization of maintenance contracts, aircraft leasing and maintenance reserves) for the benefit of the company community. Learn how to make full use of the IATA Standard Ground Handling Agreement (2018) as a trade agreement and service description document for line maintenance services. This course covers the respective parts of the SGHA and shows you how you write Schedule B in accordance with the framework of the main agreement and the regulatory requirements for line maintenance. The age air cost maintenance document (pdf) defines three types of aging (technical, economic and financial) that they can influence and how they can be measured.

Different parameters influence maintenance costs, such as routine maintenance and non-regular maintenance, service bulletins (SB) and airworthiness (AD) policies. Quantifying the evolution of maintenance costs requires data collection throughout the aircraft`s lifespan. The accuracy and consistency of the data are essential. This document proposes an approach and guidelines for establishing curves based on direct maintenance costs per tail number. The Maintenance Cost Conference (MCC) is the annual MCTG event that takes place for three days in the fall in a different location with a different theme each year. Aircraft maintenance experts meet to discuss hot topics and industry trends. The conference usually welcomes an average of 150 delegates. Following best practices in flight operations and industry models, the Ama Master was designed to facilitate negotiations on heavy maintenance events such as C controls, D-checks, structural controls and other types of aircraft maintenance.

Download the MCTG (zip) tool format to transmit your maintenance cost data to MCTG.