Aerospace & Defense
Q&A Discussion for our Aerospace and Defense Customers
The clock stoppage solution will apply deadline extensions to calendar tasks. The intent of the clock stoppage caused by COVID-19 is to allow postponement of some maintenance program tasks as directed by the aircraft OEM and approved by the operator’s aviation authorities while aircraft are under a storage/parked aircraft program. Document attached… Please add any Q&As related to this topic in this thread Please contact A&D Global Technical Support through normal means to get access to the software extension
We are building flight disruptions, but there are times when the aircraft does not end up taking a mx delay...is there a way to delete those flight disruptions? I hate to see a bunch of meaningless flight disruptions (meaning they have no delay time associated with them) clogging up the system, but I can’t see the simple way of deleting, or removing those Flight Disruptions...any thoughts on that? Concerns: Does it affect MAA downstream to have a bunch of 0:00 mx delays? Do duplicate Flight Disruptions (with real x:xx delays) cause issues? Thanks! Tim
Part Incompatibilities are defined on the Incompatibility tab of the Part Group details page. From there you can add specific part group + part combinations that are incompatible with the current part group. Once a Part Incompatibility has been added, Maintenix (when configured to do so) will not allow any incompatible parts to be installed on the same aircraft/inventory tree. A longstanding limitation we have had with Part Incompatibility is this enforcement only works one way. Once that part is installed anywhere on an aircraft, the incompatible part cannot be installed anywhere else on that aircraft even if the two parts were defined on an engine assembly and intended to only be incompatible for the same engine. As of 8.3-SP3, the concept of Part Incompatibility "scope" has been introduced. The previous behaviour is now referred to as "Global" scope, and any existing Part Incompatibilities will automatically be assigned this scope when upgrading to SP3. In addition, "Assembly P
Who is using Maintenix and has an on aircraft take along spares? Do you have a back shop build up the bag, kit, or case? Would appreciate any guidance on how to set up a back shop task to build a case of spare parts for installation on the aircraft. We are using 8.3 SP1 if the info helps.
A new button called "start Historic Work Package" was available in Maintenix 8.2 SP5. Users can use this button to record the start of a work package that occurred in the past. The user's role has been assigned the permission ACTION_START_HISTORIC_CHECK, but the button is not visible on the start work package page for the latest version. Only "Start work package" and" Start Work Package and Enter Usage" buttons are visible. Are there more permissions that need assigning to the role to be able to see the "Start Historic Work Package" button?
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