Printed headline: Changing Times  CFM International is seeing a “market shift” in how customers use its aftermarket services, with more Leap-family customers opting for customized, long-term agreements, a top Safran executive says. While the change is coming, the company’s near-term services business will continue to be dominated by CFM56 work, as shop visits for the venerable narrowbody engine are not expected to peak until the middle of the next decade. “This ...

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