As 737 MAX Fleet Grows, MRO Spending Will Follow

737 MAX aircraft on tarmac
Following its return from a prolonged grounding, the 737 MAX fleet is steadily growing.
Credit: American Airlines
The Boeing 737 MAX has been in service for slightly more than four years, yet its legacy is already defined—at least in part. Two fatal accidents, a global grounding that still has not been lifted completely, an unprecedented design review and mandatory changes to win over regulators (Inside MRO...

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