The Ground Handling Blog

Mototok's blog for Hangar Professionals

Written by Mototok on December 30, 2021 // 12:00 PM

Revisiting the Technician Shortage

Mototok helicopter

It has been nearly three years since the last time we wrote on the subject of a workforce shortage of trained aircraft technicians. Needless to say, a lot has changed since then.

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Written by Mototok on December 6, 2021 // 12:00 PM

All About the Alligator

alligator

In the high stakes and high-pressure world of aircraft maintenance repair and overhaul, along with flight operations departments, having the right tool for the job is imperative.

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Written by Mototok on November 29, 2021 // 6:00 AM

HELIMO: ALL ABOUT SKID HELICOPTERS

Helimo

Helicopters are perhaps the tremendous revolutionary technology in aviation since powered flight, and certainly have proven to be one of the most important evolutionary processes of powered flight.

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Written by Mototok on November 11, 2021 // 12:00 PM

Spacer 250: Focus on the Heavies

Spacer 250

Much of the focus of aircraft tug technology has gone to technology and units geared primarily toward private jets, turboprops, and general aviation, and it makes perfect sense.

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Written by Mototok on September 17, 2021 // 3:00 PM

Updating your GSE: Should you buy or rent?

mototok GSE

Aircraft ground support equipment is designed to last for years. Many years of hard use, years of unrelenting physical conditions, years of abuse at the hands of inexperienced operators.

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Written by Mototok on May 27, 2021 // 3:00 PM

What has become of all the grounded airliners in 2020?

Grounded Airlines 2020

The early part of 2020 left us all with images that we could never have imagined beforehand and hopefully will never be experienced again. Perhaps the most iconic imagery of the year were endless rows of grounded airliners, sitting static and mothballed as there were no travelers to speak of the world over.

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Written by Mototok on May 17, 2021 // 2:30 PM

MRO equipment changes with a reduced workforce

MRO equipment

The past year has taught us a lot of lessons about patience, flexibility, adaptability, and perseverance, whether we wanted to learn them or not. But this was all done under the hope that the downturn in aviation would be a temporary one.

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Written by Mototok on April 8, 2021 // 4:00 PM

The State of Commercial Aviation - One Year Since the Pandemic Began

Covid Pandemic Aviation

The world is now a year into the grips of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has deeply impacted all facets of life. Perhaps no other industry has been harder hit overall than the aviation industry, particularly the airline industry. Airlines fell very hard last spring and have had some difficulty recovering since.

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