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CMMS in the Aviation Industry
There are many CMMS systems in the market that specialize in detailed maintenance, repair, and overhaul. When selecting a sysems for an airline, decision-makers

why cmms  in the system. Then, why do we want a CMMS system? The answer lies in the number of aircraft of the same type, becuase not all of them will have the same age or the same conditions. An airline might perform P4, P5, or P6 services in less than five years, due to its fleet's characteristics. Also, there are maintenance services that can be performed every 450, 900, or 1,800 flying hours. Under these conditions and according to the aircraft's operation requirements, enough data and knowledge can be

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