Florida-based Heico, one of the largest non-OEM suppliers of jet engine parts, has attacked General Electric and Pratt&Whitney, the two largest OEM suppliers, for advocating tougher federal regulation of non-OEM suppliers. The outcome of the dispute -- which has gone to the FAA for review -- could have a far-reaching impact on the relationship between the government, aircraft parts suppliers and their customers. In a letter to the DOT, P&W and GE said non-OEM plans to ...

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