Recovery Puts Pressure On Aftermarket Supply Chain

American Boeing 787 in flight
Resumption of Boeing 787 deliveries will increase demand for spare parts but also displace some older aircraft.
Busy domestic passenger and global air freight networks are helping commercial aftermarket service providers climb out of the depths of the pandemic-induced downturn. But completing the journey to pre-crisis business levels depends largely on a rebound in long-haul widebody flying and avoiding new...

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