Regional airline engine specialists sense shifting MRO markets.
Over the next decade, engine MROs that focus on regional airliners will have to adapt to a combination of new aircraft families and geographical shifts in the operations of older and current production models. Three new regional jets will be introduced during this period—the Snecma SaM 146-equipped Sukhoi Superjet 100; the Mitsubishi MRJ, powered by the Pratt & Whitney PW1000G geared turbofan engine; and the Comac ARJ, powered by the GE CF34-10A. By 2021, more than 200 Comac ARJs ...
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