Japan Airlines extended its parts inventory agreement with Boeing for another 10 years—through 2026.

JAL Extends Expendables Contract With Boeing

Japan Airlines extended its parts inventory agreement with Boeing for another 10 years—through 2026.

Japan Airlines extended its parts inventory agreement with Boeing for another 10 years—through 2026.

The GoldCare Expendables contract covers 125,000 parts across four aircraft types: the Boeing 737NG, 787, 777 and 767.

Neither company disclosed the contract’s value. GoldCare Expendables previously was called Integrated Material Management.

“Boeing is pleased to continue our long-standing partnership with Japan Airlines, helping to improve operating efficiencies through our parts service,” said Rick Anderson, vice-president of sales and marketing, Boeing Commercial Aviation Services.

“Our focus is on providing our customers what they need, before they know they need it.”

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