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Covid-19 Airworthiness Issues

Often the word unprecedented is used. The COVID-19 crisis came upon us quickly, but it will not leave us quickly. There is much we do not know. However, we do know that the coronavirus pandemic is a difficult and uncertain time for everyone. The importance of Airworthiness remains undiminished. As the international aviation industry returns to service it may become more important than ever.

Covid-19 Articles

Air Canada Boeing 737-8 MAX suffers hydraulic fault

During return to service flight, left-hand engine shut down.
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Aviation Round Table Report on the Recovery of European Aviation

European Associations representing entire aviation sector offer proposals for the recovery and relaunch in post COVID-19 world.
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Pandemic Adds Airworthiness Risks, Regulators Find

Good article highlighting two issues - potential risks of new onboard cleaning and those related to unplanned, extended aircraft downtime. Also links to FAA, EASA & IATA Guidance.
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CHIRP – Pilot concern over engineer redundancy

Read report with feedback from MRO & Airline plus link to full CHIRP newsletter.
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FlightSafety’s LiveLearning Offering Eases Pandemic Effects

Remote learning with live instructors buoys FlightSafety in the age of Covid. - (IFA Comment)
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ICAO encourages increased alignment of national aviation recovery efforts

ICAO Secretary General Dr. Fang Liu reminded the national heads of civil aviation of the urgent need to more effectively align their pandemic-related response and recovery measures.
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Safety Management and COVID-19

CASA has created guidance to help Australian aviation organisations manage the aviation safety risks that come with adapting to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic.
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How and when will Aviation recover from COVID-19?

OAG has been tracking the effect of the current covid-19 epidemic on aviation capacity since the start of the year.
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