WASHINGTON—The continued narrowing of most maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) services to fewer aircraft types will increase the pressure on maintenance providers to serve these platforms or ramp up their end-of-service-life offerings, the latest forecast from Cavok suggests. This year’s air transport MRO spending is projected at $67 billion, the forecast shows. Of this, 85% will be generated by the top 10 aircraft types. By 2025, this figure will grow to 88%, led by the ...

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