New Rules Coming For Teardowns

Credit: Lufthansa Technik
Print Headline: Tightening Up“Fly-em till they drop” has been the rule in the past few years as traffic growth and moderate oil prices have kept older jets in fleets and disassemblies averaging 400-500 a year at the most. But sooner or later—as fuel costs rise, traffic slows or aircraft just age out...

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