A steady flow of jetliners destined for VIP service, plus a critical aging juncture for such aircraft now approaching their teen years, is attracting new entrants to the completions business. While that competitive development should please customers, it gives some veterans pause. During the recent European Business Aviation Convention and Exposition (Ebace), held May 17-19 in Geneva, SR Technics, a long-time MRO provider headquartered in Zurich, announced it had created a division ...

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