The value of the worldwide commercial jet transport MRO market has fallen $1.5 billion since the beginning of the year as a result of economic malaise, SARS, the war in Iraq and slower-than-expected airline capacity growth, according to BACK Aviation Solutions and Strand Associates Inc. (SAI), the consulting firms that produce O&M's annual MRO Forecast. BACK and SAI now peg the value of the MRO market at $34.6 billion, down from the $36.1 billion used as the baseline for the 2003 MRO ...
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