As a new generation of commercial jets comes online, airframe, component and engine OEMs see greater revenue-generating opportunities in aftermarket support. “Boeing, Airbus, Bombardier and Embraer now offer complete nose-to- tail, life-cycle engineering and maintenance on the aircraft they manufacture,” says Chris Doan, vice president of Cavok Group, a subsidiary of Oliver Wyman. As Doan explains, small startup carriers have been heavily dependent on comprehensive support from ...

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