More than two years after filing a complaint with the European Commission (EC) about the control that OEMs hold over the support and repair market, IATA has struck an agreement with a major engine supplier that it says will lead to greater competition for MRO work. IATA announced July 31 it had entered into an agreement with CFM International (CFM), a 50/50 partnership between GE Aviation and Safran Aircraft Engines. Under the agreement, CFM has adopted a set of “conduct ...

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