Planned Netherlands MRO Cluster Being Pared Back

An aircraft at Twente Airport in the Netherlands.
Credit: Twente Airport
Plans to develop a maintenance/repair/overhaul (MRO) cluster at Twente Airport in the Netherlands are to be pared back in favor of exploring services related to testing new technologies and opening to business aviation flights as the site’s organizers plot a long-term pathway. The 2020 plan was to...

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