China Eastern signs deal for Boeing Airplane Health Management

Victoria
By Victoria August 5, 2014 08:26

China Eastern signs deal for Boeing Airplane Health Management

China Eastern Airlines and its subsidiaries Shanghai Airlines and China United Airlines are to implement Boeing’s Airplane Health Management (AHM) scheme to improve maintenance and engineering operations efficiency across China Eastern’s fleets.

Boeing and China Eastern have deployed AHM on 157 737 NGs. The contract extends to eventually cover AHM deployment for a total of 250 737s. Additionally, 20 777-300ERs on order by China Eastern will also use Boeing AHM.

Per Noren, Boeing Digital Aviation vice president of Customer Solutions, said: “We are pleased to support China Eastern as they continue to grow and respond to the increasing demand for air travel in China. Our technical teams are dedicated to work side by side with the China Eastern maintenance and engineering teams to ensure we are leveraging the maximum benefit that Airplane Health Management can provide to improve operations efficiency.”

Victoria
By Victoria August 5, 2014 08:26