In engine component maintenance, repair—rather than replacement—is usually the less costly option. But when the OEM maintenance manual does not contain a repair solution, an MRO may be tasked to develop one. This option, in fact, is becoming more practical, according to London-based aviation management consultant Richard Brown, who cites advancements in technologies that are enabling more engine parts to be repaired than previously. “There are new enhancements that can ...


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