Japan Airlines extends Boeing parts solutions agreement 10 years
Boeing announced an agreement with Japan Airlines to extend its partnership to provide spare parts solutions for another 10 years.
The partnership reduces the airline’s operating costs by having Boeing manage a majority of its spare parts inventory, providing items to the airline mechanic as needed. Under the agreement, Boeing will provide the service through 2026.
Rick Anderson, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Boeing Commercial Aviation Services, said: “Boeing is pleased to continue our long-standing partnership with Japan Airlines, helping to improve operating efficiencies through our parts service.”
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