CRJ100/200 Engine Overhaul Bill Could Top $1bn

By Andrew Compart .
Source: Aviation Daily .

Three of every four of the General Electric CF34-3 engines that power 50-seat regional jets will need to be overhauled within the next three years at a total expected cost of more than $1 billion, according to data compiled with Aviation Week Intelligence Network’s MRO Prospector tool. The CF34-3 powers Bombardier CRJ100 and CRJ200 aircraft, and more than 1,300 of the engines are in service. The biggest impact will be at U.S.-based SkyWest Airlines, where essentially all of the 284 engines currently listed as in-service are projected to require overhauls within the next three years at an expected cost of nearly $300 million ...

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