ANALYSIS: How will Boeing-Safran venture shake up APUs?

Tucked discreetly into the aft fuselages of most aircraft, auxiliary power units (APUs) almost never get the attention lavished on their wing-mounted, thrust-producing cousins in the gas turbine market, but that changed on 4 June with the announcement that Boeing and Safran were teaming up to take on Honeywell and ...

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