OEMServices and Japan Airlines have signed a 10-year component support agreement for the airline’s planned fleet of thirty-one A350 aircraft.

With the support of major Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM), OEMServices’ Original Integrated Services will cover the component repair, global component availability and 24/7 component support for Japan Airlines’ fleet of Airbus A350-900 and A350-1000 aircraft.

Within the scope of this contract, OEMServices will be supporting Japan Airlines’ 31 Airbus A350, currently on-order, backed by its unique long-term source of know-how of the aviation industry’s supply chain. This agreement confirms OEMServices leading position on the A350 component aftersales support.

Atsushi Maeda, Executive Officer of Procurement at Japan Airlines, said, “the A350-900 and A350-1000 aircraft are such key fleets for JAL in the future. We believe this agreement will bring us even more stable and smooth component operations and the highest performance for our customers. Furthermore, it provides us an added advantage of maintenance cost optimization and cost control benefits, while enhancing the long-term partnership with OEMServices.”

Didier Granger, President of OEMServices, said, “Being chosen by Japan Airlines is a pride for OEMServices. We are happy to demonstrate the added value of our original approach, based on our services integration skills and the technical expertise of the component manufacturers. Our teams are looking forward to the start of operations. Japan Airlines can count on all of us.”