—Engine maintenance has come a long way, with repairs developed in the workshop evolving into tasks that can be undertaken on-wing or in situ at a customer’s base. With the cost of an engine overhaul topping $2 million and on-wing repair and part replacement services costing between 1% and 10% of that, demand for more repairs to be made available on-wing has never been greater. Didier Verte, general manager engine customer services, Air France Industries-KLM E&M, is well aware of the ...

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