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NZ Adopts Realtime Aircraft Monitoring  
User currently offlineV2fix From New Zealand, joined Mar 2003, 368 posts, RR: 3
Posted (9 years 6 months 6 days ago) and read 1440 times:

I did a quick check and could not see this mentioned anywhere.


Air New zealands recent drive to further efficiencies continues with the use of the Boeing solution to predict component failure/replacement across thelong haul fleet.

I notice that the 777 utilisation is reported to go up form 12 hours per day to 16, presumably becuase of the switch to take place on NZ1/2 to 777 ops.

742; 744; DC10, DC3, 321, 320, 319, 170,190, 772, 773,333, 346, 343
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