A recently opened facility in Moses Lake, Wash., is helping Aviation Technical Services (ATS) meet increasing demand for heavy airframe maintenance and modifications just a few years after a dip in the market forced the company to cut capacity. Following the 2008 recession, U.S. airlines saw system available seat miles (ASMs) fall 7.7% in the next two years, according to FAA data. The demand for maintenance, which usually mirrors ASMs, dipped too, leaving many MRO providers with ...
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