Leap Aftermarket Poised For Growth

Leap engine overhaul
Leap engine overhauls are expected to total about 2,000 annually by 2030, roughly matching the number of CFM56 shop visits.
Credit: Bengt Lange/Airbus
GE Aviation and Safran are confident their engine overhaul support networks will be ready to handle an anticipated jump in demand for CFM International Leap engine maintenance, forecast to begin around mid-decade. Today, the majority of CFM’s aftermarket support is generated by CFM56- 5B and -7B...

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