Narrowbody maintenance will be driven by the Boeing 737 over next three years
As the outlook for heavy maintenance on the global single-aisle fleet of 13,000 aircraft shows only modest growth during the next 36 months, there will be pockets of opportunity, particularly among Latin American operators. Based on the most recently compiled data, heavy maintenance visits (HMV) will generate about $1.4 billion in annual sales, with C checks accounting for nearly $1.3 billion each year through 2015, concentrated strongly in the U.S., U.K. and Brazil. Most of the ...
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