A J Walter Aviation (AJW) and British Airways Engineering announced at MRO Europe they are entering the aftermarket arena for the Boeing 787 with a fully integrated program of aircraft spares support and repair capability. This bespoke service for the new aircraft type combines the strengths of a leading airline and future B787 operator with the flexibility and customer-centric business approach of the world’s largest independent component services specialist.
Together, AJW and British Airways Engineering will offer operators immediate access to significant B787 unique stock and a sophisticated range of support options designed to maximize operational efficiency. “Considerable numbers of these pioneering aircraft are due to be delivered over the next few years and airlines need to assess the best way to extract total value from their flagship fleet assets” comments Boris Wolstenholme, CEO of A J Walter Aviation.
Garry Copeland, British Airways director of engineering, commented: “We are delighted to extend our co-operation with AJW and to bring this solution to the market. This program will allow B787 operators to streamline their processes within an affordable cost structure.”