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Engine MRO Europe
Transforming the Engine MRO Industry

30 October, 2012 - 31 October, 2012, Paris, France

Discover high-level content that stretches far beyond the fundamentals of engine maintenance to provide you with skills, techniques and tools that will enable your success in today's high-pressure business environment. Engine MRO will look at how technological advancements are determining the future shape of the engine MRO business.

This event will address:

  • Engine Diagnostics & Monitoring
  • Repair Strategies & Techniques in New Engine Types
  • New materials/Design
  • Increasing Role of the OEM
  • Licensing of Parts and Restrictions on Intellectual Property
  • Fuel Saving Strategies
  • Leased Engines & Engine MRO
  • Maintenance Costs & New Engines
  • The Future of Engine MRO
  • DER Repairs

Who you will meet

Primary Sectors: Airlines, MROs, Engine OEMs, Engine Parts Suppliers, Engine Repair Specialists, Engine Lessors
Secondary Sectors: Aviation Authorities, Aviation Consultants, Training Organisations, all suppliers of repair equipment, material and technoligies to the sector


Job function/titles:

  • Technical Directors and VP Maintenance
  • Repair Engineers and Managers
  • Managers of Engineering Services
  • Managers of Technical Operations
  • Maintenance Managers
  • Managers of Engine Services
  • Powerplant/Propulsion Engineers and Managers
  • Engine Fleet Managers
  • Engine Contract Managers
  • Materials Engineers and Managers
  • Product Support Managers
  • Quality Control/Assurance Managers


Venue information

Radisson Blu Hotel at Disneyland® Resort Paris
Alée De La Mare Houleuse
F-77700 Magny Le Hongre
France
Tel: +33 (0)1 60 43 64 00
Fax: +33 (0)1 60 43 64 01

Click here to secure your room reservations!

Standard Single Room at 165 EUR TCC per night/per person (includes standard room and breakfast)
City tax supplement at 1.65 EUR per person/per night
Standard twin room at 183 EUR TTC per night/per room (includes standard twin room and buffet breakfast for two)
City tax supplement at 1.65 EUR per person/per night
Check-in 3pm
Check-out 12pm

Last updated: July 23, 2012

Day One

7:45 am

Registration and Continental Breakfast

8:30 am

Welcome & Opening Remarks

§  Juliet Trew, Events Editorial Director, Aviation Week

8:45 am

Opening Keynote Address

§  Pierre Fabre, Chairman & CEO, Snecma

9:15 am

What’s In Store for the Engine MRO Market?

§  David Hygate, Director – Europe, TeamSAI

What is the current state of the engine maintenance market and how is it forecasted to change over the next 10 years? How will the large numbers of new aircraft orders affect MRO services? Will over or under capacity be an issue? How will service providers from emerging markets and OEM incursion impact traditional MRO organizations? A look at industry trends and dynamics and how demand and increasing market complexity may change the business beyond recognition.

9:55 am

Gearing Up for the Next Generation of Engines

§  David Cook, President, ASM Consulting

§  Andrea Luebke, Director Engine Programs, MTU Maintenance

The latest OEM offering of new engine designs and architecture are due to come into service towards the end of this decade. How will the introduction of the GTF and LEAP-X engines change the aero-engine landscape? How are these engines different in terms of design, materials and technology and why is this important to the aftermarket? What effect will maintenance considerations have on the selection of new engines? What fleet hour agreements are available on these engines? An overview of the new generation of engines and how these programs will define the market going forward.

10:55 am

Networking Break

11:20 am

The Challenges of Repair in New Engine Types

§  Óscar Pérez, Head of Parts Repair Services, Engine Overhaul Shop, Iberia Maintenance & Engineering

With the high volume of new aircraft on order and accelerated replacement of older engine types, engine maintenance providers are facing new realities and a changed repair market. What impact will the use of more advanced and complex technologies have on repair strategies and workforce training? What will be the effect of the tighter controls by the OEM on the licensing of repairs? What repair schemes will be available for complex materials, such as composites and ceramics? Discussing the consequences of next generation engines on repair processes and techniques.

12:00pm

New Engine Programs – Maximizing Performance and Minimizing Costs

§  Paul Finkelstein, Director of Marketing, Pratt & Whitney Commercial Engines & Global Services

§  Luc Pelon, Marketing VP, Engine Services, Snecma

Controlling current and future maintenance costs is the top priority for operators and must be considered when selecting and introducing new engine types. What benefits will these new engines offer to end users in terms of performance and reliability? Have they really been designed with ‘maintainability’ in mind and will the predicted reduction in maintenance costs become a reality? How should engine values be taken into account when selecting new models? Exploring the implications of introducing new engines into your fleet and the technologies available to lower costs and enhance life.

12:45 pm

Panel Discussion: The MRO Dilemma

§  Panel to include:

§  Anne Brachet, SVP Engine Services, Air France Industries

§  Pablo Fuentes Moruno, VP Sales & Marketing, ITP In Service Support

§  Carlos Ruivo, VP Marketing & Sales, TAP Maintenance & Engineering

§  Maurizio Tucci, Chairman and CEO, Alitalia Maintenance Systems

The engine maintenance business is going through transformation with new products becoming available, changes in engine ownership, increasing OEM presence and fluctuating market forces. The OEM/MRO battle continues and engine MROs now appear to need to be bespoke, global and part of a network in order to survive. The influence of lessors in the maintenance market is also increasing and MROs need to now think about these relationships when making business plans. We gather some key industry players and experts to explore what innovative business strategies and models will need to be put in place by engine MROs in order to be successful in the future and look at how these developments will impact operators and the services and providers available.

1:30 pm

Lunch

2:30 pm

Facility Tour at Snecma’s Villaroche Plant

Forum attendees will get to visit Snecma’s Villaroche and Montereau plants, which are located about 50 kilometers southeast of Paris. These facilities handle the design, assembly, testing, marketing, sales and support of commercial and military aircraft engines and employ 4,000 people, delivering the quality and excellence needed to meet the technological and organizational requirements of aircraft engine manufacturing. Forum attendees will view a rich portfolio of innovative products, technologies and services.

Places are limited and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. To secure your place on the tour please complete the separate registration form.

5:00 pm

Drinks Reception at the Safran Aerospace Museum

§  Welcome by Michel Brioude, VP MRO Operations, Snecma

6:30 pm

Return to Hotel

7:30pm

Arrive back at Hotel/Forum concludes for Day 1

Day Two

8:30 am

Continental Breakfast

9:00 am

Welcome & Opening Remarks

9:05 am

Proactive Maintenance with Engine Diagnostics

§  Daniel Jaroszewski, Project Manager Aviation Monitoring Systems, FCE Frankfurt Consulting Engineers GmbH & Manu Skyttä, AVP Component Services, Finnair Technical Services

§  Luc Pelon, Marketing VP, Engine Services, Snecma

Reducing aircraft downtime is of prime importance to airlines and the ability to accurately monitor operations and information can be key in avoiding major engine performance and maintenance issues. What developments have there been in remote diagnostics and trend monitoring systems? What benefits can on-condition maintenance programs bring to operators? Weighing up the cost of preventative maintenance strategies versus the advantages that increased time on wing brings.

10:05 am

Reducing Budgetary Burdens - Fuel Saving Strategies in Engine MRO

§  Donald Lohin, Chairman, President & CEO, Axiam, Inc

§  Dr. Jan Oke Peters, Team Manager, Propulsion System Engineering, New Technologies, Approvals and Technical Document Services, Lufthansa Technik

The high price of fuel means places pressure on operators to constantly find new efficient means to reduce consumption. What fuel saving strategies and technologies are available in the marketplace? How can these initiatives be accurately tracked and how can their benefits be proven? Examining fuel efficient processes for new engines and existing fleets.

11:05 am

Networking Break

11:30 am

The Future for DER Repairs

§  Dr. Peter Howard, VP, Technology & Quality Control, Chromalloy

§  Reiner Pieper, Director Sales Repair Services, MTU Maintenance

§  Larry Shiembob, Director, Timken Aerospace MRO

DER repairs have always been offered as a cost saving alternative to OEM parts but the demand has not always matched the potential market. What are the drivers for, and barriers against the use of DER? Will the increase in OEM maintenance contracts and protective repair measures mean that DER is no longer a viable alternative? A look at how independent repair providers can ensure that DER has a future in the industry.

12:30 pm

Panel Discussion: The Regulatory Environment

§  Panel to include:

§  Jeffrey A. Conner, Director - Alternate Materials Strategy, GE Aviation

§  Patrick Markham, VP Technical Services, HEICO Aerospace

Airworthiness authorities and regulators have a large influence on the MRO market, especially the certification process and licensing activities of spare parts and alternative repairs. PMA parts are still a big area of debate when discussing maintenance processes and budgetary concerns. How do industry and the regulators see the future of the engine maintenance market changing? What is industry's view of their regulator's role and power? We bring together all parties involved in the regulatory process to discuss where the industry is now with regards to alternative parts and what the future may hold.

1:15 pm

Lunch

2:15 pm

Interactive Workshops
These workshops will enable attendees to exchange ideas and solutions and share first hand experiences. Facilitated by a group leader, each workshop will have a discursive format where delegates can explore the issues at hand, discuss best practices and lessons learned and come up with innovative solutions and action points

Workshop A – Leased Engines and Engine MRO

§  Pat Madigan, Marketing Director, Shannon Engine Support

§  Phil Seymour, President & COO, IBA Group

The increase in leased fleets is creating challenges for all those involved in the MRO process. How is the return and transfer of leased engines impacted by maintenance decisions? What influence do lessors and appraisers have on engine MRO strategies? How do you address the problem of maintenance reserves? How are lessors impacting the PMA and DER market? This workshop is designed to bring together the different parties involved in the maintenance transaction to see how co-operation can be improved to align the differing interests of all those concerned.

Workshop B – Engine MRO 2020

§  Tim Hoyland, Partner, Oliver Wyman

Time to get your crystal balls out! This session is focused on exploring what the engine MRO landscape will look like in 2020 and beyond. How will new engine products shape the market? Who will have the balance of power in the aftermarket? Will there be consolidation or will new players continue to spring up? What will future services look like and what will be the optimum business model? An opportunity for some blue sky thinking and to share thoughts on where the industry is going.

3:30 pm

Conclusion of Forum

 

Speakers

  • Anne Brachet, SVP Engine Services, Air France Industries
  • Michel Brioude, VP MRO Operations, Snecma
  • Jeffrey A. Conner, Director - Alternate Materials Strategy, GE Aviation
  • David Cook, President, ASM Consulting
  • Pierre Fabre, Chairman & CEO, Snecma
  • Paul Finkelstein, Director of Marketing, Pratt & Whitney Commercial Engines & Global Services
  • Dr. Peter Howard, VP, Technology & Quality Control, Chromalloy
  • Tim Hoyland, Partner, Oliver Wyman
  • David Hygate, Director – Europe, TeamSAI
  • Daniel Jaroszewski, Project Manager Aviation Monitoring Systems, FCE Frankfurt Consulting Engineers GmbH
  • Donald Lohin, Chairman, President & CEO, Axiam, Inc
  • Andrea Luebke, Director Engine Programs, MTU Maintenance
  • Pat Madigan, Marketing Director, Shannon Engine Support
  • Pablo Fuentes Moruno, VP Sales & Marketing, ITP In Service Support
  • Patrick Markham, VP Technical Services, HEICO Aerospace
  • Luc Pelon, Marketing VP, Engine Services, Snecma
  • Óscar Pérez, Head of Parts Repair Services, Engine Overhaul Shop, Iberia Maintenance & Engineering
  • Dr. Jan Oke Peters, Team Manager, Propulsion System Engineering, New Technologies, Approvals and Technical Document Services, Lufthansa Technik
  • Reiner Pieper, Director Sales Repair Services, MTU Maintenance
  • Carlos Ruivo, VP Marketing & Sales, TAP Maintenance & Engineering
  • Phil Seymour, President & COO, IBA Group
  • Larry Shiembob, Director, Timken Aerospace MRO
  • Manu Skyttä, AVP Component Services, Finnair Technical Services
  • Juliet Trew, Events Editorial Director, Aviation Week
  • Maurizio Tucci, Chairman and CEO, Alitalia Maintenance Systems

Event details

Aviation Week
30 October, 2012
31 October, 2012
Paris
Radisson Blu Hotel at Disneyland® Resort Paris
France
Conference
ASDE-2292


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