UTC Aero Systems' 787 MRO Network

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UTC Aerospace Systems signed a long-term agreement today with ST Aerospace for Boeing 787 nacelle MRO support. This follows the companies' announcement last month at the Paris Air Show that ST Aero will service UTC Aerospace Systems' 787 components.

Here's an interesting correlation for you: all four MROs that are part of UTC Aerospace Systems' 787 MRO suppliers network also appear in Aviation Week's Top 10 Airframe MROs, which came out in our MRO Edition's June 24 issue.

Besides ST Aerospace, the MROs that make both lists include Lufthansa Technik, SR Technic/Mubalada and Air France Industries/KLM E&M. If you are an AWIN subscriber, click here to see the 787 support deals for these three.

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