Mesa's spare parts management deal with AAR could save the carrier about $30 million during the next few years, says CEO Jonathan Ornstein, and the airline should log added savings now that it won't have to buy parts for the planes covered under the deal. AAR agreed to buy $50 million in existing and future spare parts inventory, and manage the repairs of those parts. The MRO said it plans to manage spares and repairs for the airline's fleet of CRJ-700s/900s and Embraer ERJ-145s. ...


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