There is an increased need for civilian maintenance repair overhaul (MRO) facilities to work on military aircraft in order to keep the U.S. military’s fleet of aircraft operationally ready. Subcontracting can provide both financial and operational benefits, in addition to lessening the burden on existing military infrastructure.
In this Download, You will learn:
- What is needed for a civilian MRO facility to be transformed to work on military aircraft
- What mutually exclusive requirements apply to refinishing operations on civilian and military aircraft
- Why MRO facility owners should align themselves with equipment suppliers that can collaboratively develop effective and efficient solutions that allow them to meet today’s needs, while also planning for the future
A Plan for the Future
An MRO facility designed for a Cessna Citation may appear fine for an F-16, but that is not necessarily the case. There are a multitude of mutually exclusive requirements that apply to civilian and military aircraft. MRO facility owners should align themselves with equipment suppliers that can collaboratively design effective and efficient solutions that allow you to meet today’s needs, while also planning for the future.