The surging surplus parts market caught Rockwell Collins off-guard in 2013 and held down the company’s airline aftermarket revenue growth, which still increased 6% on the strength of mandate-related avionics retrofits. The company recorded $254 million in fiscal fourth-quarter airline aftermarket revenue, up from $239 million for the same period last year. For the year ended Sept. 30, commercial transport revenues edged up about 4%, to $919 million from $888 million. Two European ...

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