MRO Looks To 2021 To Begin Slow Recovery

Atitech aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul
Independent MROs have tried to add to their maintenance capabilities to better service growing demand in a recovering aftermarket.
Credit: Atitech
The disruptive impact of COVID-19 on the commercial aftermarket in 2020 has been unprecedented. Illustrating a sharp decline, industry analysts Oliver Wyman estimated $17 billion as a best-case scenario of what will have been wiped off the market’s value in 2020. For next year, Aviation Week’s own...
James Pozzi

As Aviation Week's MRO Editor EMEA, James Pozzi covers the latest industry news from the European region and beyond. He also writes in-depth features on the commercial aftermarket for Inside MRO.

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