Despite some well-publicized early shop visits for PW1100G engines, the first wave of overhauls for the new generation of turbofans is many years away.   Nonetheless, both Pratt & Whitney and CFM are busy preparing their global maintenance networks to support the geared turbofan (GTF) and LEAP engines. Both manufacturers are using the wealth of experience gained through aftermarket services on their preceding CFM56 and V2500 models as a basis from which to build plans ...

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