Operational Performance - Engineering and Maintenance Operations

Fleet Maintenance Seminars

Maintenance Reliability and Cost Analysis

Anaheim-Orange County, California
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, City of Orange
March 16-21, 2014
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September 21-26, 2014
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This seminar focuses on key aspects of airline maintenance reliability required by FAA, EASA, JAA, and local regulations. The tenet of this seminar is that the more comprehensive the data that is collected, logical inferences and informed judgments can be made by developing reports about the fleet, aircraft, system, and component within an airline. The resulting corrective action provides solutions not only to correct problems on the aircraft but also to problems pertaining to aircraft logistics, processes, and procedures optimizing airworthiness and economics. The seminar features guest speakers from the industry who supplement the Boeing perspective on reliability tenets.

Airline Maintenance Program Development

Seattle, Washington
Museum of Flight, Boeing Field
May 5-9, 2014
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This seminar provides the comprehensive background necessary for developing initial airplane maintenance programs and improving existing ones. You will become familiar with the processes and requirements for establishing a maintenance program. This will include all portions of MSG-3 analysis: Systems and Powerplant, Structures, Zonal, and Lightning High Intensity Radiated Field, supported with workshops where participants will actually perform MSG-3 analysis as a group. We will review how to determine what maintenance is required and when and how to make program adjustments.

Airplane Maintenance Production Planning and Control

Anaheim-Orange County, California
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, City of Orange
June 22-27, 2014
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The production planning and control seminar covers topics that will interest production planners, production managers, and cost accountants at the airlines, MROs, and independent component shops. The topics range from integrating the disparate airplane maintenance requirements into a composite long-range forecast and plan and how these plans trickle down into intermediate- and short-term plans. Concepts and techniques to estimate and forecast maintenance events and develop work packages will be presented. Methods to analyze postproduction performance are discussed by determining the variance between actual costs and standard costs. The objective of the seminar is to optimize the existing resources in an airline/MRO under a given set of constraints.

Aging Airplane Scheduled Maintenance Requirements

Seattle, Washington
Museum of Flight, Boeing Field
October 20-24, 2014
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This seminar reviews the latest requirements and techniques for maintaining an aging fleet. It provides the history and the fundamental concepts of the aging airplane programs as well as information on MSG-3 analysis, structural certification, continued airworthiness, and structural and maintenance safety. Discussions regarding program re-analysis and integration will help you plan more effectively, schedule more accurately, and forecast with greater confidence. We will explore the fundamentals of effectively managing corrosion, fatigue, and structural design—the essentials for achieving a long and profitable service life for your fleet. The seminar focuses on the impact of the major programs for aging airplanes.

For registration, curricula, accommodations or other information please contact us at:

Maintenance Programs Engineering
2201 Seal Beach Blvd., MC: 110-SE20
Seal Beach, California 90740

Phone: 1+562-797-1678
Fax: 1+562-797-3783
E-mail: lorraine.ortiz@boeing.com