New MRO Norm: Buoyancy And Bottlenecks

CFM56 engine nacelle at United Airlines
CFM56 engine nacelle at United Airlines.
Credit: Lee Ann Shay
Signs of buoyancy in the MRO market abound. Many big-name companies reported solid 2021 fourth-quarter figures—including GE Aviation’s services business, which was up 37% year-over-year, anchored by the “strength in external shop visits (up 40%),” says Jeffries analyst Sheila Kahyaoglu. She notes...

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