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Latest Aviation News MRO & Support THE END OF THE V2500 ALSO SIGNIFIES THE NEXT CLIMAX OF ITS MAINTENANCE

The end of the V2500 also signifies the next climax of its maintenance

Romain Guillot
06/06/2019 | 347 words
The end of the V2500 also signifies the next climax of its maintenance
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The end of the production of the V2500 engine for Airbus's A320 family is most definitely closing the book for the different members of the International Aero Engines consortium, but the programme hasn't yet reached its climax in terms of maintenance and support; quite the opposite in fact.

Of the some 3 300 commercial aircraft equipped with V2500s (A320ceo family and MD-90), a significant number of the engines have not yet been removed once, a consequence of the gradual increase in delivery rates for Airbus narrow body aircraft over (...)
 
 
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