Etihad Airways Engineering has received an approval from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) to design and certify 3D printed parts for aircraft interiors, becoming the first airline MRO under EASA to hold certification approvals for 3D printed parts flying on Etihad Airways aircraft. Etihad Airways Engineering has a three-year Air Tahiti Nui contract for Airbus A340 heavy maintenance. AAR, an independent provider of aviation services to airlines, OEMs and MROs, has opened a parts ...

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