Boeing Expands Parts Offering With GA Telesis

Boeing is partnering with GA Telesis to sell repaired and overhauled parts through its online part analysis and requirements tracking (PART) portal.

Boeing is partnering with GA Telesis to sell repaired and overhauled parts through its online part analysis and requirements tracking (PART) portal.

Under the agreement, GA Telesis will supply airframe parts and components, such as hydraulic actuation systems, line replacement units and flight control surfaces, the majority of which will not be manufactured by Boeing.

Serviceable engine parts will be made available at a later date, confirmed the OEM.

Tim Copes, vice-president of material services at Boeing Commercial Aviation Services and keynote speaker at MRO Network's Airline E&M: North America, said: “Boeing is actively working to expand its offering of serviceable parts to include parts for non-Boeing aircraft.”

All the overhauled and repairable parts offered through PART are repaired or tested by Boeing-approved providers and come with a one-year warranty.

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