Boeing’s Digital Maintenance Performance Toolbox
customers Alaska Airlines and Hawaiian Airlines have extended agreements in order to manage maintenance information for their entire fleet of aircraft and engines. The centralized, digital intelligent maintenance documentation service will support Boeing and non-Boeing aircraft.
Maintenance Performance Toolbox allows operators to simplify their maintenance operations by enabling them to manage, distribute, process and view intelligent maintenance documentation in a uniform digital format through a single interface, regardless of aircraft manufacturer or engine type.
"Our customers are discovering the efficiency and simplicity that Maintenance Performance Toolbox delivers, regardless of the aircraft type,” said Duane Wehking, Vice President of Digital Aviation Solutions for Boeing Global Services. “We look forward to continuing to grow and improve Maintenance Performance Toolbox through our partnership with Alaska Airlines and Hawaiian Airlines.”
Today, nearly 350 airplane operators and their MRO providers rely on Maintenance Performance Toolbox to support their engineering and maintenance operations. A growing number of airlines, including these two North American carriers, have deployed the full-fleet capabilities of Toolbox for maintenance of both their Boeing and non-Boeing aircraft.
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