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Introduction to the role of the Aircraft Reliability Programme
Aircraft Maintenance is a major cost centre and any activities which can lead to a reduction in cost not only adds value to the business process but serves to increase the safety of operation. The Reliability Programme brings together statistic monitoring as well as recording of specific maintenance events which are used to both demonstrate the effectiveness of the Aircraft Maintenance Program as well as provide data which can support the optimisation of various maintenance processes. Typically Air Carrier Reliability Data is provided to the aircraft manufacturer for detailed analysis and is used to develop drivers for Original Equipment Manufacturer OEM modifications.
Aircraft Reliability Program Contents
Technical Data in the form of Pilot Defect Reports (PIREPS) serves as the basic platform. For monitoring the aircraft reliability technical data obtained in operation as well as regular and extra inspections of an aircraft, its systems and components are evidenced. The data collected in that way are the basis for each reliability monitoring and the conclusions obtained and based on them depend on their accuracy and so the total result. The Air Carrier has a mandatory obligation (When the Aircraft Maintenance Program (AMP) is based on MSG Logic) in accordance with the requirements of
EASA PART M Subpart C, item M.A.302 (d)
The general parameters monitored for aircraft reliability in operation are the following:
The Use of Alert Levels For each ATA 100 Chapter and its subcomponents the alert level should be determined. The Alert Level is developed to recognize significant deviation from what could be considered a statistically acceptable normal level of reliability.
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