An AFI KLM E&M joint venture located in Miami, Bonus Aerospace was already approved to handle Pratt & Whitney’s best-selling JT8 jet engines since the 1990s. In March 2013, the American MRO has expanded its service portfolio when it obtained FAA approval to handle the PW4000, another of the Connecticut engine maker’s most popular engines. The engine in its 94-inch version is now reaching maturity, and is even at the end of its life cycle on many aircraft, among them the Boeing 747, MD11 and the Airbus A300 and A310. “We are concentrating on this model, for which we can

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