Emirates will have the world’s largest fleet of OPM-equipped 777s. (Emirates)

Boeing announced services orders, contracts and agreements worth up to $2.1 billion at the Farnborough International Air Show.

“Our customers’ greatest needs drive Boeing’s services offerings and investments,” said Stan Deal, president and CEO of Boeing Global Services. “Orders and agreements affirm that we’re delivering on our promise to make their assets and operations more efficient and less expensive, and create new opportunities to bring them end-to-end solutions that only Boeing can offer.”

Customer orders and agreements include :

  • Atlas Air signed an agreement for 20 landing gear exchanges for its 747-8 fleet.
  • Emirates signed an agreement to use the Boeing AnalytX-powered optimized maintenance program (OMP) for a fleet of 150 777-300ER, 777-200LR and 777-300 aircraft, representing the largest 777 fleet in the world with an OMP.
  • EVA Airways signed an agreement for a number of key products including component services for its 787 fleet and quick engine-change solutions. It also renewed Jeppesen’s charting and electronic flight bag (EFB) products for 10 years.
  • Hawaiian Airlines signed an agreement for EFB services across its Boeing 717, 767 and Airbus A330 and A321 fleet.
  • Malindo Air has signed a long-term partnership agreement with Jeppesen to offer dispatcher training services at its operations center in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  • Okay Airways of China signed on to use airplane health management (AHM) for its 737 MAX fleet. About 65 percent of all 737 MAX airplanes delivered so far are enrolled in Boeing AHM.
  • Primera Air will hold a signing ceremony for a significant services order Tuesday, July 17.
  • The Royal Netherlands Air Force has signed a five-year agreement for Boeing to provide performance-based logistics support for its fleet of AH-64 Apache and CH-47 Chinook helicopters.
  • The U.S. Air Force awarded Boeing a contract worth up to $986 million over 6.5 years to provide crew instruction and operate, sustain, modify and upgrade the C-17 aircrew and maintenance training systems.
  • The U.S. Air Force awarded Boeing a four-year contract to repair, support, configure and provide parts obsolescence management for F-15 radars. Boeing also will provide engineering, customer training, system analysis and integration of all radar types throughout the U.S. Air Force F-15 fleet.
  • WestJet became the 100th customer to sign on for AHM.
  • Xiamen Airlines will hold a signing ceremony for a key digital order on Tuesday, July 17.

Certain orders are concurrent with airplane order announcements. According to Boeing, the $2.1 billion figure not only reflects the services orders and agreements listed above but also includes commercial and government contracts and agreements received in the second and third quarters that have not been previously announced.

Boeing is exhibiting at the Farnborough Air Show in Chalet B6 at cargo village 6015, P7 and Cargo Village 6130, OE P7.

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