Supply-Chain Headaches Will Worsen As Operators Ramp Up Flying Activity

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AMSTERDAM—Airlines returning aircraft to service should factor supply-chain delays into their planning as issues ranging from logistics slowdowns to problems getting aircraft into foreign repair stations threaten fleet ramp-ups, executives at Aviation Week’s MRO Europe conference said. “I don’t...

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