GE Aviation and Aldus Aviation have signed an MOU to develop a support package for CFM International CF34-8E and CF34-10E engines, aimed at lessors. “Aldus believes this unique product will help our customers limit the cost of the maintenance burden as a direct result of operating our aircraft as part of their fleet, whilst giving us certainty over the cost and care of our owned engines,” Aldus COO Ciaran Redmond said. Under terms of the agreement, GE would provide support ...

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