If CFM International and GE Aviation abide by new standards developed in response to airline complaints of anti-competitive practices, operators and independent aftermarket providers should benefit as a result. But anyone looking for market-altering changes in the agreement will likely be disappointed. CFM and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) hammered out guidance—officially dubbed Conduct Policies (CP) and associated Implementing Measures--in two years of talks that ...

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