Time is money. For lessors, that means quick aircraft transitions, while for MROs it requires tight capacity planning. Unfortunately, this mismatch has left the owners of nearly half the global fleet struggling to find MRO slots. Even GECAS—the largest lessor in the world, with a fleet of over 1,900 aircraft—is feeling the MRO-capacity pinch, as consolidation and the skills shortage begin to bite. “We’re seeing it getting worse. As lessors, we’re struggling ...

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