Safran Seeks Help For CFM56 Maintenance Surge

In late 2021 Safran said that the focus of its aftermarket business would evolve from time-and-materials contracts for the CFM56 to rate-per-flight-hour deals for the LEAP engine.
Credit: Safran
Safran Aircraft Engines has recruited ST Engineering to ensure it can keep up with CFM56 maintenance demand as narrowbody operations return to full strength in some parts of the world. Under the multi-year deal, ST Engineering’s facilities in Singapore and Xiamen, China, will provide shop visit...

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