Air Traffic Recovery Is Straining Aftermarket Supply Chains

Aircraft being worked on
Airbus plans to be building 89 narrowbodies per month in 2025.
Credit: Stefan Kruijer/Airbus
If the commercial aftermarket recovery stalls in the near future, it will not be due to a lack of demand-stoking flight activity, but rather supply chain-related constraints linked to labor and production-rate increases on key programs at Airbus and Boeing. After a collapse that mirrored the global...

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