North American MROs see changing dynamics in widebody business
For North American widebody airframe MROs, the market dynamics are changing, as vendors' focus shifts to the midsize Boeing 767 and Airbus A330 families and away from the 747, whose maintenance has evolved into a niche business. Behind the changes coming about in North America's 767/A330 MRO industrial base is the closure of Aveos in Canada, which was a major maintenance provider for Air Canada. At the same time, there appears to be a pending decision by American Airlines to outsource ...
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