Engine MRO accounts for the largest share of China's commercial aftermarket in 2022. Aviation Week data estimates engine services account for 46% of the country's $10.4 billion MRO spend this year, estimated at $4.8 billion.
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Component maintenance and repairs will account for the second largest MRO spend in China this year. Aviation Week projects this to be $2.4 billion for this year.
China Southern Airlines
Line maintenance is expected to account for 17% of China's aftermarket spend in 2022.
Airframe Heavy Maintenance
8% of this year's MRO spend will be generated through airframe heavy maintenance work. This stands at around $791 million, according to Aviation Week's Fleet & MRO Forecast data.
Modifications work on aircraft will generate 7% of MRO spend in China this year.
A breakdown of China's commercial aftermarkets segments by MRO spend for this year.