P&W VP-airline customers Jon Beatty (left) and JAL VP-purchasing Takahiro Abe sign a Fleet Management Program agreement and a part repair agreement Pratt & Whitney has signed two seven-year agreements worth an estimated $450 million with Japan Airlines (JAL) to provide maintenance services for its PW4090 engines, as well as part repair services for its fleet of PW4074, PW4077 and JT9D engines. "Japan Airlines holds very high maintenance standards and commitment to ...

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