CRJ700 requires structural inspections Bombardier Commercial Aircraft
The CRJ700 requires structural inspections at six, nine and 12 years.

CRJ700 MRO Forecast To Grow In 2018, Then Decline

Expect CRJ maintenance expenditures to decline slowly as fleet shrinks

Bombardier CRJ700s will require nearly $4 billion in maintenance and modification spending, measured in 2016 dollars, in 2017-26, according to Aviation Week’s 2017 Fleet and MRO Forecast.

Maintenance on the aircraft’s General Electric CF34 engines will cost more than $1.7 billion, more than half the MRO total, and components will require another $833 million, about one-quarter of the total. Line maintenance will cost nearly as much, $753 million, and modifications will acc

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