WASHINGTON—A recently enacted agreement between IATA and CFM International tailored to ensure the manufacturer is not forcing its customers to use its parts and services has not changed much for the narrowbody engine supplier, executives at CFM partner GE Aviation confirm. “There’s no material impact on our services business as a result of the agreement,” GE Aviation Services president and CEO Jean Lydon-Rogers said at an investor briefing held during the Paris Air ...

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