#MROME ALAFCO Chairman States Need


ALAFCO Chairman Ahmad Alzabin sees a need for one-stop MRO vendors that can not only bridge the lessor and operator needs, but also really support the engineering needs that stem from regulatory, service bulletin and reconfiguration changes.

He told MRO Middle East Conference attendees that the aircraft reconfiguration work--the actually hands-on portion is probably the easiest. The hard part is getting the planning and engineering support leading up to that. 

Who's going to step up and fill the need?

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