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Latest Aviation News MRO & Support SUPPORT: HOW BOEING'S 737 MAX FAMILY IS ENTERING THE DATA ANALYTICS AGE

Support: How Boeing's 737 MAX family is entering the data analytics age

Romain Guillot
20/09/2018 | 807 words
Support: How Boeing's 737 MAX family is entering the data analytics age
Ken Sain, Vice President Digital Aviation & Analytics at Boeing Global Services (BGS). Picture Le Journal de l'Aviation - All Rights Reserved
Boeing Global Services (BGS) hosted a select group of journalists onboard the first test 737 MAX 7 at Farnborough to present the range of services which now accompany Boeing's latest generation of single-aisle aircraft.

One year on from the creation of Boeing AnalytX, a new division dedicated to data across Boeing's commercial, defense and services businesses, Ken Sain, Vice President Digital Aviation & Analytics at Boeing Global Services (BGS) highlights the different progress that has been made between the 737NG and 737 MAX families in terms of support, (...)
 
 
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