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State of the MRO Industry 2009: Competitive Shifts and Curtailed Growth

With a decrease in the installed base and in future growth rates, players in the aviation maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) industry are being forced to rethink their strategies.

Original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) looking to replace lost margin from aircraft cancellations are accelerating their focus on the aftermarket, which in turn is causing independent MRO providers to adapt their positions in the market.

To explore the impact of the current economic situation on the aviation MRO market, Oliver Wyman recently surveyed over 230 airline, airline MRO, independent MRO, and OEM executives. Respondents represented a global mix of mainline, low-cost carrier (LCC), regional, and mixed-format carriers. Respondents came from businesses of all sizes, from less than $50 million to over $2 billion in revenues.

State of the MRO Industry 2009: Competitive Shifts and Curtailed Growth


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