-Boeing Offers Maintenance Service Contract for Japan Airlines 787 Aircraft.
Travel Business Review - 22 August 2011
Boeing (NYSE:BA), a US-based company that manufactures commercial aircraft, has expanded an alliance with Japan Airlines (TOKYO: 9205.TO) (NASDAQ-OTCBB: JALSY), a Japan-based airline company.
The company is offering an expansion of its Airplane Health Management contract for a future Japan Airlines, Boeing 787 fleet. The Airplane Health Management service observes, collects and analyses airplane data for maintenance information.
Per Noren, the vice president of Information Services for Boeing Commercial Aviation Services, said, 'Delivering real-time decision support information that improves airplane performance has proven to be very valuable to our customers.'
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