Latest Aviation News MRO & Support BOEING, AAR AND STANDARDAERO TAKING CARE OF P-8AS

Boeing, AAR and StandardAero taking care of P-8As

Léo Barnier
28/02/2018 | 148 words
Boeing and MRO companies AAR and StandardAero announced at the start of February that they had won contracts with Naval Air Systems Command (Navair) for maintenance of P-8A Poseidons fleet. The total amount of these contracts is 268.7 million dollars over a seven-year period.

They cover maintenance and repairs for airframes and engines on US Navy and Royal Australian Air Force aircraft, as well for customers who buy their aircraft using the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program. For now, this can only be India, while awaiting the first deliveries are the United Kingdom and Norway.

Boeing is the project manager for all the contracts. They are supported by AAR for airframes and StandardAero for engines. Airframe services to be provided by AAR and Boeing include scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, in-service repair, technical directive incorporation, airframe modifications and AOG support.
 
 
 
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