The idea of recycling regional-jet winglets into bookshelves may raise a skeptical eyebrow, but manufacturers are talking seriously about how to manage the end-of-life for their aircraft and engines—however distant that may seem today. And the industry has reason to be concerned: Europe already holds car manufacturers responsible for the entire life cycle of their vehicles, including final disposal. The same accountability could come to aircraft and engines. But for manufacturers, ...

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