Keeping engines on-wing and minimizing unscheduled shop visits has long been the focus of Winnipeg-based StandardAero. Among the examples the company cites is its GE CF34 support, which it has carried out under its GE General Branded Services Agreements since 2002. “Our relationship with GE Aviation has always been very strong, and very collaborative,” says Oliver Albig, StandardAero’s vice president, general manager-CF34 and CFM56 engines. That relationship, he explains, ...


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