Collins Aerospace Systems will service air management and electric power components for Japan Airlines’ fleet of 51 Boeing 787 aircraft until 2025.
Collins Aerospace Systems announced it has signed a tailored FlightSense agreement to service air management and electric power components for Japan Airlines’ (JAL) growing fleet of Boeing 787 aircraft. This management and maintenance program, valued at approximately $200 million, covers a total of 51 aircraft through 2025. Collins Aerospace will help ensure availability of JAL’s onsite assets by providing access to a global pool network, and maintenance repair and overhaul (MRO) supply chain management and services at a reduced cost. Moreover, Collins Aerospace will continue to support JAL’s in-house repair capabilities including test equipment, technical support, and personalized reliability enhancement programs.