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Why planes are repainted so often

Commercial airplanes are repainted as often as every seven to 10 years over the course of a 20- to 30-year life span, and it can cost airlines hundreds of thousands of dollars each time. We outline the process for prepping, examining, and repainting airplanes and explain why it is so vital for safety.

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