Structural work and avionics upgrades pick up as aging bizjets keep flying and operators seek better aircraft performance.
Despite record sales of new business aircraft, legacy corporate jets and turboprops continue to fly. For the MRO industry, keeping those aircraft airborne presents increasing opportunities. Along with the usual cabin refurbishments and flightdeck upgrades, many aircraft are, or soon will be, in need of complex structural repairs requiring unique engineering solutions. Older business aircraft represent a lucrative, yet challenging opportunity for MROs, based on statistics provided by ...
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