Aerostructures Exchange Program benefits
Increase capital efficiencyDecrease airline provisioning expenses of flight controls and nacelles ($12 million to $15 million per shipset), including entry-into-service
Improve cost predictabilityReceive transparent pricing, including a fixed monthly pool access fee per airplane
Transfer risks to BoeingReduce inventory and repair turnaround liabilities, such as obsolescence and excess inventory
Expand your regional poolAccess Boeing's expanding network of repair stations and warehouses to return your airplane to service quickly
Expedite turnaround timeDecrease shipping costs and times with in-region assets and repair capabilities
Repair station partnership
Boeing and Spirit AeroSystems have a proven track record of delivering quality solutions to our global airline customers.
Spirit AeroSystems also has extensive knowledge and experience with the 737 MAX as the original production manufacturer of the fuselage, thrust reverser, slats, and flaps. All repairs are completed per OEM unique specifications.
By participating in this exchange program, you'll benefit from Boeing's expanding supply network to bring components and repair capabilities closer to your airline. North American locations include:
- Atlanta, GA
- Charleston, SC
- Dallas, TX
- Phoenix, AZ
- Wichita, KS
- Pool access to 737 MAX flight controls and nacelles
- 100% Boeing proprietary parts
- No PMA, USM, or reverse engineering
- Boeing's support network
- Repair station partnership with Spirit AeroSystems
- FAA and EASA certifications
737 MAX parts list
The Boeing Aerostructure Exchange Program provides access to all major 737 MAX unique flight controls and nacelles. Flight controls include winglets, elevators, flaps, spoilers, panels, rudders, and slats. Nacelles include inlets, fan cowls, and thrust reversers.