CFM International CFM56

By Sean Broderick
The ASCIC was formed earlier in 2024 as a direct response to a records-falsification scandal that made headlines late in 2023.
Supply Chain

By James Pozzi
The company opened an airframe and engine parts inventory facility in Miami in April and expects to double staff in the operation by the end of 2024.
MRO

By Alex Derber
Despite long turnaround times driving interest in full engine overhauls, lessors weigh other strategies.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Alex Derber
Aftermarket stakeholders highlight third-party repairs as pinch point for legacy engine shop visit turnarounds.
MRO

By Alex Derber
Panelists at ELTF Europe discuss sky-high engine lease rates and future market expectations.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By James Pozzi
The aquisition, subject to approval, will bolster FTAI Aviation's CFM56 capabilites.
MRO

By Lindsay Bjerregaard
Christian Ceruti, Tarmac Aerosave’s chief commercial and development officer, on the company’s recent capability and facility additions.
Aircraft & Propulsion

The new platform, announced earlier this month, aims to build up a portfolio of roughly 1,000 assets over the next decade.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Alex Derber
FTAI Aviation is looking to respond to growing demand for V2500 services such as module exchange programs.
MRO

By Alex Derber
Ramp-up challenges for Leap 1B engines could lead to a delay in expected CFM56 overhaul peak.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Daniel Williams
This week’s Flight Friday looks at aircraft ground days in the narrowbody sector, split by the CFM56, LEAP, PW1000G (GTF), and V2500 engines.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Alex Derber
The engine lessor has secured a significant loan to grow its portfolio.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By James Pozzi
The U.S. company is exploring the possibility of buying and leasing aircraft as it looks to gain earlier control over its supply chain.
Supply Chain

By Lindsay Bjerregaard
Safran Aircraft Engine Services Morocco is adding more space, capacity and workforce to meet growing CFM56 MRO demand.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Matthew Fulco
Though the commercial aviation aftermarket grew briskly in the first quarter (Q1), supply chain problems are weighing on the engine segment.
Supply Chain

By Sean Broderick
The used serviceable materials (USM) market remains hot, with limited availability of high-demand parts.
MRO

By Kurt Hofmann
With some 75% of the new single-aisle engine market and the worst post-pandemic supply chain issues in the rearview mirror, CFM International is now focused on increasing the time on wing of its Leap engines.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Keith Mwanalushi
COO Dag Johnsen tells Aviation Week about Aero Norway’s parts strategies and CFM Leap plans.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By James Pozzi
A look at where new commercial aftermarket engine capabilities are being added around the world.
Supply Chain

By James Pozzi, Lee Ann Shay
The state of affairs for aftermarket growth and navigating current market challenges in the region.
Supply Chain

By James Pozzi
The new facility will house inventory for several airframe and engine types.
MRO Americas

By Joe Anselmo, Guy Norris
In a wide-ranging interview, Culp talks about the new company’s future and says he has no interest in taking his turnaround skills to Boeing.
Manufacturing & Supply Chain

By Alex Derber
German MRO saw a record number of shop visits across its network in 2023.
MRO

By Chen Chuanren
Korean Air has started construction of a new aircraft engine maintenance cluster in Unbuk, near Incheon International Airport.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Sean Broderick
An MRO shop's unapproved repair process triggered an EASA emergency airworthiness directive that orders parts removed from 57 CFM International engines.
Safety, Ops & Regulation