BAE Systems to provide repairs, spares, and aircraft electronics mods for Japan Airlines’ commercial aircraft fleet

ENDICOTT, N.Y., 31 Oct. 2013. BAE Systems officials signed a comprehensive agreement with Japan Airlines (JAL) to provide maintenance support for the carrier’s commercial aircraft fleet for three years. BAE Systems will provide repairs, spares, and modifications to the aircraft electronics of JAL’s Boeing 737-800, 767, and 777 planes.

Oct 31st, 2013
JAL
JAL

ENDICOTT, N.Y., 31 Oct. 2013. BAE Systems officials signed a comprehensive agreement with Japan Airlines (JAL) to provide maintenance support for the carrier’s commercial aircraft fleet for three years. BAE Systems will provide repairs, spares, and modifications to the aircraft electronics of JAL’s Boeing 737-800, 767, and 777 planes.

Under the three-year agreement, BAE Systems will maintain JAL’s fleet of 737-800, 767, and 777 airplanes at BAE Systems’ Boeing Gold Performance Excellence Award-winning Singapore Service Center and its Commercial Aircraft Solutions facility in Fort Wayne, Ind.

BAE Systems supplies high-integrity flight and engine controls and a broad range of cockpit and cabin electronics for the maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) market. The company’s global customer base includes many Asian carriers, officials say.

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