JAL signs agreements with Pratt & Whitney


During the Paris Air Show, Japan Airlines and Pratt & Whitney announced they have signed two different agreements, which one of them worths more than $75 million.

The $75 million worth agreement is a three-year parts repair agreement between the companies. Prat & Whitney will provide part repair service for JAL's JT9D and PW4000 engines. According to JAL Corporate website, the aircraft using these engines include 777-200/300, 747-200/300, and 767-200/300.

The second agreement is a 10-year engine management program agreement. Under the agreement, Pratt & Whitney will provide on-wing engine performance monitoring service for JAL's 75 PW4000 and V2500 engines. By actively monitoring the fleet performance data, JAL will be able to obtain timely and accurate maintenance recommendations, and as a result improve reliability on its flights. The aircraft using these engines are 777-200/300 and MD-90.

Source: PR newswire (agreement 1, agreement 2)



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