The region may never match MRO growth in Asia, but some firms find opportunities in key areas.
Industry observers until recently predicted that Eastern Europe would become the “new China” of MRO services for Western European airlines and others looking to reduce maintenance costs. That glowing prognostication has dimmed somewhat for a host of reasons, but some remain convinced that Eastern Europe has significant potential for MRO. While low labor rates entice operators, established airlines want an MRO with a track record on their aircraft. And they want a modern facility that can ...
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