The commercial agreement between the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and CFM International concerning the OEM’s aftermarket practices takes effect Feb. 28, seven months after it was signed. Expect CFM to issue a communication on Feb. 28. IATA was primarily concerned that CFM was discriminating against customers who wanted to use non-OEM parts and repairs, including parts manufacturer approval (PMA) part and designated engineering representative (DER). After presenting ...

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