MRO Providers Seeking Ways To Reduce, Prevent AOG Time

Credit: Sterling Aviation
In a rapidly expanding market where favorable fuel prices mean extended use of older aircraft, the need for aircraft-on-ground (AOG) support continues to grow. Considering the high price tag (up to $100,000 per day) of an AOG situation, airlines are continuously looking for ways to minimize or...

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