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ARINC 662

OBSOLESCENCE MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES FOR COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT

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Organization: ARINC
Publication Date: 14 May 2019
Status: active
Page Count: 52
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The purpose of this document is to establish guidelines that should be observed during initial design, production, and maintenance of aircraft components, and to present short-term and long-term strategies to minimize the costs and impacts associated with decreasing availability of components.

The goals of this report are to:

• Provide guidelines for designs that will be tolerant of component obsolescence, as referenced in ARINC Report 847, Section 9.0.

• Identify cost-effective methods for resolving component obsolescence issues.

• Facilitate information exchange, e.g., obsolescence solutions, databases, etc.

• Establish maintenance operation and support processes to address obsolescence.

• Recommend a standard practice for notification of obsolescence components (supplier to operator).

Document History

ARINC 662
May 14, 2019
OBSOLESCENCE MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES FOR COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT
The purpose of this document is to establish guidelines that should be observed during initial design, production, and maintenance of aircraft components, and to present short-term and long-term...
April 7, 2000
Strategies to Address Electronic Component Obsolescence in Commercial Aircraft
Purpose: The purpose of this document is to establish guidelines that should be observed during initial design, production and maintenance of avionics LRUs, and to present shortterm and long-term...

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