Asia, the Middle East and North America are emerging as the most attractive likely markets during the next three years for Boeing 777 widebody heavy maintenance visits and C checks, underscoring the potential for a capacity crunch heading the industry’s way. According to data in the Aviation Week Intelligence Network’s MRO Prospector tool, today’s active 777 fleet will need $684.9 million worth of heavy maintenance visits (HMV) and C checks in a 36-month period ending in September 2015, ...
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