Jet fuel prices have trended upward since early 2016, although they are still about 40% lower than during the early part of this decade. However, few within the industry would be surprised by further increases, which raises questions about whether growth in the midlife aircraft and engine market can be sustained. Despite the introduction of new-technology widebodies and narrowbodies, midlife aircraft have seen a surge in demand in recent years due to relatively low fuel prices, teething ...

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