Regional Jet Retirement Rates Are Limiting MRO Opportunities

Adam Smith’s invisible hand lately seems to be delighting in picking up relatively young aircraft—mostly regional jets—and dropping them into the desert. With rising fuel costs, relatively little offsetting revenue-generating passenger ­capacity, tangled labor-scope clauses and quickly eclipsed...

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