While new airplane sales drive most of Boeing’s commercial sector growth, the company is putting renewed emphasis on grabbing a larger share of the lucrative but fragmented aftermarket business, and two recent purchases indicate its strategy is a mix of acquisitions and organic expansion. Boeing Monday announced the purchase AerData, the 120-employee Netherlands-based provider of maintenance record management software with a strong presence in the leasing business. Boeing will fold ...

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