The 19th MRO Asia-Pacific exhibition which was being held in Singapore last week provided the opportunity to update the maintenance sector perspectives for the most dynamic region in the world. Oliver Wyman (Marsh & McLennan) and Alton Aviation Consultancy agencies presented their latest forecasts for the Asia-Pacific region during a conference on 24th September.
According to Brian Prentice (Oliver Wyman), the upward trends are continuing, even if the major questions which may legitimately be asked are for how long can this growth continue and whether the relationship between the (...)
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