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ST Engineering acquires contract to maintain Japan Airlines’ Boeing fleet

The contract covers five years of providing component support. 

ST Engineering revealed via a press release that the company had secured a multi-year component Maintenance-By-The-Hour from Japan Airlines. 

According to this agreement, the company will provide fully integrated component support, beginning September 2021. The entire fleet of Boeing 787 aircraft under Japan Airlines, and its subsidiary, ZIPAIR Tokyo, will be covered by this. 

Also included in this is the introduction of an on-wing component health and reliability management programme. An in-house software will be used to provide diagnostics and prescriptive advisory through the detection of anomalies.

Jeffrey Lam, Commercial Aerospace President, ST Engineering, has offered his thanks for Japan Airlines’ choice to use their services. This, he says, will also widen their scope of service through the use of predictive maintenance capabilities, allowing for better maintenance scheduling and reduction of aircraft downtime.
 

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