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ISTAT Learning Lab 22 September

Start Date:22 September 2020

Start Time:11:00 NEW YORK | 16:00 DUBLIN | 23:00 SINGAPORE

Duration:75 minutes

Abstract:

Aircraft Maintenance - Are airlines accelerating maintenance events while aircraft sit idle? Discover possible implications on aircraft values and parts market stemming from maintenance status and excess aircraft that may result from the crisis. This session will also cover airframe and engine maintenance costs, intervals, market participants, and possible implications on MROs from the current crisis.

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Speakers

Shannon Ackert

Senior Vice President of Commercial Operations

Jackson Square Aviation

Shannon Ackert is currently Senior Vice President of Commercial Operations at Jackson Square Aviation where he has responsibility of the firm’s commercial activities including technical services, contract development & negotiation, and asset selection & valuation. Mr. Ackert received his B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and MBA from the University of San Francisco. Shannon started his career in aviation as a flight test engineer for McDonnell Douglas working on the MD-87/88 certification programs, and later worked for United Airlines as systems engineer in the airlines 757/767 engineering organization. After completing his MBA in 1999, Shannon joined GATX’s aircraft leasing business unit as Director where he specialized in identifying and quantifying the expected risk and return of aircraft investments. Mr. Ackert has published numerous research reports with emphasis on aircraft maintenance economics, and is a frequent guest speaker at aviation conferences.
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