Regional and corporate operators determine their engine MRO expectations.
When it comes to regional airline and business aviation engine MRO, one size does not fit every operation, but the goal is the same: a reliable, economical, predictable program that keeps them flying safely. Since the early 1990s, most regional airlines and a growing number of corporate operators have achieved this by entrusting their engines' long-term care to OEMs and independent MROs. Covered by a 10- to 15-year agreement, operators predict their MRO future through the per-flight-hour ...
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