British Airways, after a two-year review, signed what it called "one of the largest engineering contracts awarded in the airline's history" with GE Engine Services. The 10-year, £1.5 billion ($2.6 billion) agreement will see GEES responsible for MRO on BA's RB211-524s and CFM56s powering its 57 747s, 21 767s, 32 737s and 10 of its 26 A320s. It replaces an existing contract due to expire at year end. The accord could see GE carry out more than 800 overhauls or repairs on BA engines at ...

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