StandardAero is continuing to “pursue [its] own strategies” after talks collapsed over a possible merger with BBA, says new CEO Russell Ford, but it is open to other partnerships. BBA and StandardAero parent DAE confirmed in late August that they were exploring merging some aspects of their businesses, a combination that could have created one of the largest independent engine and airframe MRO entities worldwide, with annual revenues approaching $2.5 billion. DAE had said the discussions ...
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