Airline maintenance providers continue to await an uptick in business driven by the low oil-price environment and related excess cash carriers have to spend, but first-quarter financial results show that expectations continue to outpace reality. “We think that airlines are perhaps more spooked by the uncertainties around the macro environment than had previously been thought, as a fall in oil has traditionally been associated with weak demand, a negative for airline capacity growth ...

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