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One of the biggest surprises during the aviation industry’s quicker-than-expected recovery from the coronavirus pandemic was something that didn’t happen.
After 2021’s record-breaking year for global mergers and acquisitions, many analysts expect 2022 to provide more of the same, also in aviation.
If there was one piece of conventional wisdom during the early chaotic months of the COVID-19 pandemic, it was that the grounding of air traffic would spur a massive uptick in aircraft retirements and force airlines to permanently park some models much sooner than originally planned.
When a passenger boards an aircraft, they want to feel confident that everything has been checked for safety. As Satair’s Julika Kerres explains, there is a robust regulatory system in place to ensure that an aircraft and all of its parts are airworthy. 
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