With the increasing numbers of new engines sold including OEM support agreements, independent engine maintenance providers tend to focus on repairs for current-generation technology. The manufacturers, meanwhile, are developing new techniques and extending established repair processes to new platforms in order to maximize the value of their flight-hour-based contracts. The cost of new parts means that even for the OEMs it makes sense to develop repairs for engines under flight-hour support ...

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