Japan Airlines (JAL) has selected GE Aviation for digital Records Management across its fleet of more than 200 airplanes. The implementation is currently underway and adds to the 700 million aircraft maintenance records being maintained on GE’s digital records management system, AirVault. The agreement includes maintenance and engineering integration of the system at the JAL facilities around the world. Joel Klooster, vice president and general manager Asia Pacific with GE Aviation’s Digital Group, said: “We’re thrilled to welcome JAL to the growing AirVault family. The ability to connect records and data across their entire fleet and with the IT systems
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