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MRO: Cavok is forecasting 50% fleet and maintenance market growth by 2028

Emilie Drab in Amsterdam
31/10/2018 | 421 words
MRO: Cavok is forecasting 50% fleet and maintenance market growth by 2028
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During the MRO Europe exhibition held in Amsterdam in October, Cavok (Oliver Wyman) presented its own forecasts for the changes to come in the worldwide fleet and maintenance market over the next ten years. These forecasts are equivalent to those of the ICF institute, although are slightly less optimistic, and estimate that both the fleet and the MRO market value could rise by 50% by 2028.

In relation to developments between 2017 and 2018, Cavok's consultant David Stewart indicates that 3600 aircraft changed status over the period, generating a (...)
 
 
 
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