UTC Aerospace Systems Extends Japan Airline’s Long Term C.A.R.E. Agreement for Boeing 787s

At the 2015 Paris Air Show, UTC Aerospace and Japan Airlines have augmented their Comprehensive Accessory Repair and Exchange (C.A.R.E.) program agreement to include support for an additional batch of 10 Boeing 787s recently added to the airline’s operating fleet. Under the C.A.R.E. deal, UTC Aerospace Systems (a unit of United Technologies Corp.) delivers asset management and repair services for components and parts utilized by the airline for its fleet of Boeing jetliners.

"We are pleased to continue providing Japan Airlines with comprehensive support through our C.A.R.E. program as they grow and add the 787-9 to their fleet," said Raffaele Virgili, vice president of Customer Service. "With the breadth of UTC Aerospace Systems content on the 787, customers can count on our C.A.R.E. program to provide full maintenance support for these components to help ensure optimal performance of their aircraft."

"We are pleased to expand our CARE program with UTC Aerospace Systems," said Mr. Muneaki Kitahara, Japan Airlines vice president of Purchasing.

"Over the past few years, UTC Aerospace Systems has exceeded our expectations in delivering parts on time with their proven OEM quality. We look forward to receiving the same levels of support as our new B787-9 is added to our fleet."

Headquartered in Hartford, Connecticut, United Technologies Corp created UTC Aerospace Systems in 2012 by combining Hamilton Sundstrand and Goodrich to become one of the world’s leading suppliers of technologically advanced aerospace and defense systems.

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