Global spending on maintenance of commercial aircraft in 2019 will be $81.9 billion, according to an Oliver Wyman forecast prepared for the U.S.’s Aeronautical Repair Station Association. The total spend will break down into $21.1 billion for airframes and modifications, 33.4 billion for engine work, $13.8 for component maintenance and $13.7 billion for line maintenance. These spending totals are driven by a 4.5% growth in commercial fleets, to nearly 27,500 aircraft in service during ...

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