Aircraft engine manufacturers, by nature a highly conservative group that steers on the side of risk reduction, are making calculated gambles. To stay competitive, they must make business and technology decisions they hope will keep them ahead of ever-increasing airline demands. Reduced maintenance, lower emissions, better fuel burn, greater reliability and operating costs—all for a better price—are the minimum criteria merely to stay in the game. This tough competitive ...

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