Boeing is to supply its web-based maintenance tool, Maintenance Performance Toolbox, to three Asian carriers.The carriers, Air China, India’s Jet Airways and Nippon Cargo Airlines of Japan, together herald strong momentum for the product going into the last quarter of the year.
“It is exciting to see airlines around the world - and several now in Asia - embracing Maintenance Performance Toolbox,” said Dan da Silva, vice president of Sales and Marketing for Boeing Commercial Aviation Services. “These are three highly visible and respected airlines in Asia recognizing what a strong solution Toolbox represents to help improve their maintenance processes. These orders are a significant validation of Boeing’s commitment to help airlines improve their operations in specific, concrete ways and help enhance performance.”
All three airlines acquired popular capabilities of Toolbox that give airlines quick access to critical maintenance information and the ability to streamline the potentially cumbersome process of customizing online maintenance manuals. In addition, Jet Airways also signed up for tools that will help it generate and automatically track task cards, labor-intensive documents required for a wide range of airplane maintenance activities.