New book for aircraft maintenance industry
July 28, 2011 By Helicopters Magazine
July 28, 2011 – Analytical and Strategic Troubleshooting System in Aircraft Maintenance is a new book designed to help aircraft maintenance technicians improve their skills and maintenance organizations improve their return on investment.
July 28, 2011 – Analytical and Strategic Troubleshooting System in Aircraft Maintenance
is a new book designed to help aircraft maintenance technicians improve
their skills and maintenance organizations improve their return on
The book defines a process for advanced troubleshooting for aircraft
systems to benefit aircraft maintenance technicians and maintenance
organizations alike. The comprehensive description of Analytical and
Strategic Troubleshooting demonstrates a best practices approach to
aircraft defect rectification which is transferrable to any aircraft or
Author and Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (A.M.E.) James (Jamie) Dors describes a process for efficient and effective troubleshooting aircraft systems which has many benefits to aircraft maintenance technicians, aircraft operators and maintenance organizations. Due to high operating cost, operators as well as maintenance providers are seeking ways to reduce costs and increase reliability and utilization of their operating fleet. The aviation industry has also experienced a noticeable decline in the pool of skilled technicians as well as the quality of these skilled technicians. Technicians are also looking for ways to improve their skills for career advancement and personal employment marketability within the industry, as well as for personal fulfillment.
Analytical and Strategic Troubleshooting System In Aircraft addresses the issues facing the aircraft maintenance industry by detailing an efficient and effective troubleshooting system which reduces the cost associated with aircraft defect rectification through sound technician skills.
As an instructional book addressing a worldwide industry issue this book is an essential guide to efficient and effective troubleshooting for anyone in the aircraft maintenance industry.
The book was released by Maintenance Synergies and is available at www.maintenancesynergies.com
James (Jamie) Dors holds a Canadian Aircraft Engineer License as well as a F.A.A A&P license and has been in the aircraft maintenance field since the mid 1980s.
His career experience is diverse within the industry, spanning maintenance operations in corporate, commuter as well as commercial air operators and filling many technical and maintenance operational/management roles.
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