Printed headline: AeroMexico’s 787 Logic As airlines and OEMs evaluate factors such as costs, supply chain risk and total turnaround time, the option to outsource is not being chosen as frequently as it was even a few years ago. Take AeroMexico. The airline moved its narrowbody heavy maintenance to Guadalajara in 2003—and most of the staff followed. Then in 2014, it opened TechOps Mexico with Delta Air Lines in Queretaro, where it performs maintenance on AeroMexico’s and ...

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