Engine MROs and leasing companies are seeing growing demand from customers for some of the older engine types in their portfolios as a result of lower fuel prices motivating airlines to fly aircraft for longer, a panel at Engine Leasing Trading & Finance heard on Wednesday (May. 2). “Having struggled before, airlines are now making a profit so can afford to keep aircraft in-service,” says Denise Mangan-Fahy, SVP, portfolio planning and operations at GECAS Engine ...

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