The aviation world has been heavily impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic as an unprecedented number of aircraft have been grounded. This situation causes severe financial pressure on air operators, as well as on their service providers and the whole supply chain. With most of the world’s aircraft fleet currently in storage or infrequently flying, they are faced with the extra task of maintaining their aircraft until the time is right to fly again. Thanks to a gradual lifting of travel restrictions however, passenger flights are now starting to resume again. This requires first of all, to restore an airworthy condition as many aircraft have been stored for weeks or months. What are some of the challenges of aircraft storage, and how can the industry best manage this process?
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