With over 14,000 CFM56-7B engines in operation worldwide, chances are your fleet is impacted now—or will be in the future.

Learn the testing requirements and how to reduce your aircraft downtime.

Mandated CFM56-7B engine inspections represent a significant amount of additional maintenance.

Following a well-publicized fan blade failure on a Southwest Airlines 737NG, all CFM56-7B engines are currently under Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) emergency airworthiness directives for additional blade inspections.

The question facing airlines and operators is:

Who can help keep my fleet flying?

Complete the form provided and receive an email with a link to download our complimentary industry brief. You'll learn what is currently required for CFM56-7B engine inspections and how AerSale's testing regimen will get you back into revenue service sooner--and safely.


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