The Boeing 737 MAX fleet’s prolonged grounding has airlines and Boeing scrambling, but aftermarket providers continue to report business as usual—largely because MRO business was unusually strong before the newest Boeing narrowbody’s troubles began. “We don’t see for the moment any impact of the grounding in terms of shop visits or even in terms of scope of the shop visit,” explained Safran Chief Financial Officer Bernard-Pierre Delpit during the ...

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