Boeing announces service orders and agreements worth $2.1bn at Farnborough

FINN News Team

  • Posted: 17/07/2018

Boeing announces service orders and agreements worth $2.1bn at Farnborough

Contracts and agreements span both commercial and government customers

Boeing announces service orders and agreements worth $2.1bn at Farnborough

Boeing has announced services orders and agreements worth up to $2.1bn to provide customers with more value throughout the lifecycle of their investments. 

The announcement, made at Farnborough International Airshow 2018, includes contracts and agreements spanning commercial and government customers. The agreements announced span Global Services' four capability areas: supply chain; engineering, modifications and maintenance; digital aviation and analytics and training and professional services.

Customer needs drive Boeing service offerings

Stan Deal, president and CEO of Boeing Global Services said: "Our customers' greatest needs drive Boeing's services offerings and investments. Orders and agreements affirm that we're delivering on our promise to make their assets and operations more efficient and less expensive, and create new opportunities to bring them end-to-end solutions that only Boeing can offer."

Among the customer orders and agreements are:

  • An agreement for 20 Landing Gear Exchanges for Atlas Air's 747-8 fleet. Through the programme, operators receive an overhauled and certified landing gear from an exchange pool maintained by Boeing, with stocked components and supporting parts shipped within 24 hours.
  • An agreement to use Optimized Maintenance Program (OMP) for Emirates' fleet of 150 777-300ER (Extended Range), 777-200LR and 777-300 aircraft, representing the largest 777 fleet in the world with an OMP.
  • The United States Air Force awarded Boeing a contract to provide crew instruction and operate, sustain, modify and upgrade the C-17 Aircrew and Maintenance Training Systems. The firm-fixed price award has a contract period up to six and half years and a potential total value of $986 million.
  • The US Air Force awarded Boeing a four-year sole-source contract to repair, support, configure and provide parts obsolescence management for F-15 radars. Support includes Boeing field service representatives embedded into each F-15 flying squadron throughout the Combat Air Forces and posted worldwide when needed. Boeing also will provide engineering, customer training, system analysis and integration of all radar types throughout the U.S. Air Force F-15 fleet.
  • Primera Air will hold a signing ceremony for a services order today at 1.45pm
  • Xiamen Airlines will hold a signing ceremony for a key digital order today at 2.15pm


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FINN News Team

  • Posted: 17/07/2018

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