Airworthiness management can have several connotations depending on the requirements of the client
As a regulated industry, all organisations dedicated to the support of all types of aviation must be compliant with the current regulations
From the provision of airworthiness management services, it is a short step to provide assistance to aircraft lessors and financial institutions
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Mackenzie Morgan’s consultants’ experience, gained at the cutting edge of outsourced support to the low cost carriers can support any aerospace organisation
Mackenzie Morgan recognises that the aviation industry is extremely price sensitive, and margins can be very slim. We seek to maximise the margins for contracted clients through the reduction of costs, the reduction in aircraft or component turn round time, the practical application of airworthiness management leading to the increase in fleet availability.
Mackenzie Morgan Limited has over 30 years experience of the aviation industry to develop tailored solutions to the challenges presented.
Mackenzie Morgan can draw on expertise gained from some of the most well known and respected companies in the aviation sector. Their proficiency has been gained at the forefront of the provision of outsourced engineering and maintenance services to low-cost and government operators.
This article addresses the issue of Duty of Care, by an employer to their employee, with particular reference to aviation; for the avoidance of confusion, this does not refer to travel with recognised international carriers approved by their applicable National Aviation Authority and operating under the auspices of IATA. This article is aimed at the Read more about Duty of Care and Contracting Aviation Support[…]
I have just relocated from Lisbon, to Toulouse, following the aircraft I am transitioning from a Portuguese airline to a Greek airline, they are now in a paint facility. While exercising, in both Lisbon and Toulouse, in something approaching 32-35 degrees, I was reminded of a previous blog post on Human Factors. It is paraphrased below for Read more about Human Factors – A Personal Story[…]
Rugby, business and innovation, or just a quiet Friday night in France! For those that know me, you know I like my sport and rugby in particular; I will watch a game wherever, if there is one on. Currently, I am in The Midi-Pyrenees, Tarbes to be accurate, working on the technical records for an aircraft Read more about Is Innovation in Sport and Business Alive?[…]
As another two aircraft disappear to enjoy a productive life in very different parts of the world, I am taking the opportunity to look at what went well and what could have gone better…
This is the first blog for a while, too long! I can only say that with not enough time to write a blog, we have not been sitting idling our time away, by a sun-kissed pool…
In the week that there has been a significant amount of comment and discussion over the over reliance and automation of aircraft flight control systems, I have seen two comparable incidents…
I, like the vast majority of those who completed a military career, I left with a few less brain cells than I started with and a remarkable impression of somebody twice my age first thing in the morning…