MRO at #SGAirshow

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There's no way I can highlight all of the civil MRO news from the Singapore Airshow, but here's a video we made Wednesday afternoon showing some of the OEMs and aftermarket suppliers that exhibited--along with news highlights.


Several big names either opened or plan to open new facilities at Singapore's Seletar Aerospace Park--including Satair/Airbus, Rolls-Royce, Bombardier, Rolls-Royce, ST Aerospace, Jet Aviation and Vector Aerospace.

I encourage you to look at Aviation Week's full coverage from the Singapore Airshow. Trust me, there's lots of aviation aftermarket news in the 3 digital editions of ShowNews.

Thanks to everybody who made the show a great event to attend.

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