Printed headline: CF6 Redux   As high-volume shippers continue to snap up cargo pallet space on widebody freighters, MRO demand for the engines powering those aircraft is significant. That is particularly true of GE Aviation’s CF6 family, a leader in widebody propulsion, with more than 10,000 engines produced through year-end 2018 since the CF6-6 entered service on the McDonnell Douglas DC-10 in 1971.  More than 3,600 units are in service, including 1,135 CF6-80C2s and 295 ...


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