Some MRO providers and airlines are increasingly concerned about original equipment makers (OEM) becoming involved in the aftermarket, fearing that it will lead to less choice and higher costs. “There is a real battle going on behind the scenes that is redefining the aftermarket as we speak,” says Ian Wolfe, Cebu Pacific Air’s senior advisor, engineering and fleet management. Wolfe warns that OEMs becoming involved in MRO may lead to fewer, rather than more, choices and ...

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