Although there are some early signs that higher fuel prices and fares may at least trim passenger traffic growth, Monarch Aircraft Engineering is not foreseeing any effects on MRO for the rest of 2018. “Looking at the next six months of confirmed work, we are seeing no signs of a slowdown,” says managing director Chris Dare. “The volume of requests for base checks has increased, and we are looking at longer-term contracts as operators seek high-quality, cost-effective ...

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