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FIA18: Boeing Global Services Nets up to $2.1 Billion in Service Orders

Dutch and US Air Forces Ink Agreements

Not to be outdone by the orders placed for Boeing airliners on the first day of the Farnborough International Airshow on 16 July, Boeing Global Services announced the award of service orders and agreements netting up to $2.1 billion. As well as a swathe of airline service agreements, the company highlighted three military agreements confirmed at Farnborough.

• The Royal Netherlands Air Force signed an agreement for Boeing to provide performance-based logistics support for its fleet of AH-64 APACHE and CH-47 CHINOOK helicopters. The five-year agreement is designed to combine Dutch CHINOOK and APACHE support services into one integrated and efficient customer support programme. This agreement was formally signed at the Royal International Air Tattoo show on 14 July.

• The United States Air Force (USAF) 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 6.5 years and a potential total value of $986 million.

• The USAF 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 sent worldwide wherever needed. Boeing also will provide engineering, customer training, system analysis and integration of all radar types throughout the USAF F-15 fleet.

Today’s agreements bridge across Global Services’ four capability areas, including supply chain; engineering, modifications and maintenance; digital aviation and analytics; and training and professional services.

Our customers’ greatest needs drive Boeing’s services offerings and investments,” commented Boeing Global Services’ President and CEO, Stan Deal. “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.”

 

 

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07/17/2018

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