Dassault Aviation’s recent acquisition of two major maintenance networks in business aviation signals a strategic shift to capture more of the revenue its Falcons generate over their life. While new aircraft sales remain slow, growth prospects for maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) activities can be seen as attractive. The expected income may fuel research and development (R&D), in a context of fierce competition with Bombardier and Gulfstream. MRO services for turbine-powered ...


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