A Look Inside The Orbis Flying Eye Hospital

The MD-10 aircraft's unique setup requires support from the MRO industry to keep things running.

The Orbis Flying Eye Hospital has been traveling the world with the mission to end avoidable blindness since 1982. The aircraft flies to low- and middle-income countries to provide specialist training for local doctors and nurses while also performing sight-saving surgeries. As the world's only ophthalmic teaching hospital of its kind, the Flying Eye Hospital's unique setup requires skilled aircraft maintenance to keep things running.

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