Middle East MRO Needs To Become More Competitive


More established in North America and Europe, used serviceable material (USM) is increasingly being used in the Middle East as well as the Asia region, Naveo managing director Richard Brown told Aviation Week in November 2020. This is being done to keep costs low while traffic demand stagnates and new aircraft sales have decreased.
Roland Berger Aerospace and Defense Partner Robert Thomson says the chief maintenance challenges in the Middle East include hot and sandy environments, which are tough on aircraft and, especially, engines, and rapidly expanding fleets, some of which are aging as fewer new aircraft are delivered due...

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