With almost 12,000 firm Leap engine orders already in the bag, and production accelerating at assembly lines in the U.S. and France, CFM is making an early start on advance preparations for providing MRO for the fleet. Given the unprecedented speed with which the new fleet will grow over the next four years as Airbus A320neo and Boeing 737 MAX deliveries accelerate, the General Electric-Safran joint venture is proactively gearing up its MRO capabilities for ...

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