Safran Eyes Shift To Flight-Hour Maintenance Deals

Safran, which is one half of the CFM International alliance, expects steady aftermarket growth from this year to 2025.
Engine manufacturer Safran has told investors that the focus of its lucrative aftermarket business will evolve from time-and-materials contracts for the CFM56 to rate-per-flight-hour deals for the LEAP engine. This reflects the fact that more customers for new-generation narrowbodies are signing up...

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