DALLAS -- The continued growth and consolidation of North American regional airlines, pressure from major airlines to trim costs, and the advancing age of first-generation regional jets have provided additional revenue producing opportunities for MROs, manufacturers and regional airlines. Although yields from working on regional airframes, engines and components may pale in comparison to money derived from servicing larger airliners, there are signs that this market segment shows ...

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