New-generation engine programs such as the CFM LEAP and the Pratt & Whitney geared turbofan may be the future of the global narrowbody fleet, but multi-service MROs are seeing repair, lease and disassembly opportunities around mature in-service models. The CFM56-5 and -7 engines, along with the V2500, are attractive to MROs not just for maintenance and overhaul work but also as teardown or leasing options. However, with many carriers still keeping aircraft and their engines in-service ...

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