ANA TO USE AHM FOR ITS 787 FLEET

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By admin August 19, 2011 08:48

ANA TO USE AHM FOR ITS 787 FLEET

Boeing has announced that Japan Airlines will expand Airplane Health Management (AHM) coverage to its future Boeing 787 fleet. AHM is a software system that monitors, collects and analyzes airplane data to give airplane customers valuable, real-time maintenance information. This information allows Japan Airlines to initiate the needed maintenance immediately upon arrival at the airport gate.

Japan Airlines has 35 787 airplanes on order, and has licensed Airplane Health Management for these airplanes in addition to its existing fleet of 46 777 airplanes.

Japan Airlines was a developmental partner for the original Airplane Health Management development effort and has used the service continuously since 2005. The airline will use the AHM Real Time Fault Management Module on their 777 and 787 airplanes to communicate in-flight information to ground stations for diagnosis and quick operational decisions by scanning troubleshooting and historical repair data. Japan Airlines, recognized in the last 2 consecutive years as the most punctual major global airline, uses the system’s output to organize any needed maintenance operations and put the right people, parts and equipment in the right place at the right time for faster turnaround.

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