Safran Sees Leap Aftermarket Emerging By Mid-Decade

Credit: Sean Broderick/AW&ST
Safran sees CFM aftermarket activity transitioning from primarily CFM56-driven work to services on its current-generation Leap engine family around mid-decade as the newest narrowbodies are prioritized in airline networks, a top executive said. "We see Leap growth picking up from 2025, gradually...

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