Despite signs that the worst may be over for the airline industry, providers of maintenance, repair and overhaul services remain under intense pressure to reduce the cost of engine servicing and improve turnaround times. Overall, the MRO business is estimated by various experts to be worth $36-$41 billion. The engine portion is around $12.2 billion, according to AeroStrategy. OEMs and their designated MROs, as well as independent repair stations, have devised ways to cut costs and make ...

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