Chinese CFM56 overhaul capacity could rise sixfold in the next few years
A rush of new and expanded CFM56 overhaul shops in China planned for the next several years is likely to leave the country with more capacity than even its burgeoning engine population needs. Executives involved in the expansion are looking more closely at getting work from abroad, opening a new phase in China’s move into the international aerospace market. Experience suggests that they could be quite competitive. Three companies have revealed plans and now a fourth, Sichuan Snecma ...
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