|Quoting EMBQA (Reply 1):|
Then every several thousand hours it gets pulled for overhaul.
|Quoting Fr8Mech (Reply 2):|
Engines for major carriers are no longer 'hard time'. They are replaced on condition. If an operator has an FAA approved trend monitoring program, the engine remains on wing until a problem is detected that requires it be pulled.
|Quoting Morhas (Thread starter):|
which is better in term of maintenance cost?
|Quoting N8076U (Reply 11):|
Our turbine shop had posters with photos of certain engine parts, and their cost was labelled next to the photos. It is insane what some of those parts run!
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