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    For MRO Network Daily, Chris Kjelgaard exclusively reveals another important first to be added to the CFM International LEAP engine programme’s long list of technological and production achievements.

    Already one of the most successful commercial jet-engine programmes ever, before it has even entered service, the CFM International LEAP programme incorporates several new materials and production technologies which represent important ‘firsts’ for the civil aero engine industry.

    Exclusively, MRO Network Daily can reveal another important technology ‘...

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    26/05/2016 - 16:52
    Retrofit investment to soar as airlines Wi-FLY into the future

    Following the recent announcement of British Airways investing more than £30m to retrofit 118 of its aircraft with next-generation satellite technology, Bhoopathi Rapolu, head of analytics EMEA at Cyient ponders whether this could be the start of airlines increasing connectivity in their fleets.

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