The rate of new commercial air transport orders and the state of the aircraft manufacturing cycle may have been the big topics going into June’s Paris Air Show, but one theme has emerged as the clear favorite coming out of it, according to analysts, advisors and others who attended. That is the aftermarket or, more precisely, efforts by manufacturers and suppliers to muscle into it with their own big-data analytics and predictive-maintenance services, starting with Boeing Global ...

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