Aftermarket news never takes center stage at aerospace’s annual premier exhibition, and this year’s Paris Air Show was no exception. Even factoring in a relatively modest intake of 400 firm orders by air-transport manufacturers, the aftermarket space was quiet—at least in terms of headline-grabbing deals. What noise was made came largely via new service offerings and partnerships between providers seeking scale to meet demand. “In our view, there was less focus on ...

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