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Meggitt signs SMARTSupport contract with Japan Airlines

Posted 26 March 2020 · Add Comment

Provider of high performance components and subsystems for aerospace and defence, Meggitt plc, has secured a three-year contract with Japan Airlines (JAL) to supply maintenance and repair services on engine components for the Boeing 737, 767 and 777.


Courtesy Meggitt


This SMARTSupport agreement with JAL opens the door for future cooperation on component distribution.

All repair services will be carried out at Meggitt’s newly expanded Asian centre of excellence at Seletar Aerospace Park in Singapore.


Stewart Watson, President of Meggitt’s Services & Support division in Asia Pacific said: “This is an exciting time for JAL, with the recent launch of their low cost airline that promises to provide an affordable gateway to Asia, Europe and the Americas.

"We look forward to supporting Japan Airlines as they grow their global passenger numbers, providing the world class levels of service that have cemented our relationship and will continue to do so.”

 

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