ISTANBUL--Aero Norway will look to bring CFM LEAP engine capabilities into its offerings from 2023 to 2024 once the CFM56 engines it repairs have reached their shop visit peak. Speaking at Aviation Week Network’s Aero Engines Europe conference in Istanbul, Rune Veenstra, chief business officer at Stavanger-based Aero Norway, which specializes in CFM56 family engine repairs, says the company is looking at future investments and the LEAP is one engine type it is considering. For ...

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