Boeing and Japan Airlines Partnership Increased by Another 10 Years


Boeing and Japan Airlines Partnership

Boeing and Japan Airlines have decided to extend their partnership for another ten years under a new contract. This deal will benefit both companies, as Boeing will introduce its GoldCare Expendables solution that would reduce Japan Airlines’ expenses. Essentially, Boeing will be providing customer support for the airline in the form of parts service. Boeing will manage the airline’s inventory and have the parts readily available when mechanics need any. The efficiency of Boeing’s program is what continues to mark the aviation company as a preferred parts provider worldwide. The Boeing airline company also recognizes the world-class support they have receive over the years and how much their partnership has helped improve operations overall. Last year, Boeing was able to reduce prices on about 24,000 parts through the expansion of their own inventory by approximately 35,000 units. These included aircraft parts no longer being produced. This helps them provide an easy and fast solution for their customer aircrafts. Japan Airlines alone has a fleet of 279 aircrafts that provide service in 35 countries across the globe.

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