Boeing Asia Pacific Aviation Services Pte. Ltd. (BAPAS) is now providing parts and logistics support for Myanmar National Airlines’ Next-Generation 737 fleet. The Fleet Material Solutions agreement is BAPAS’ first deal with a customer based outside of Singapore.
“We have expanded our international routes partly thanks to the reliability and versatility of the Next-Generation 737,” said Myanmar National Airlines chief executive officer, Than Tun. “With BAPAS’ reliable support, I’m confident the company will help us ensure we maximize the value we receive from our 737 fleet as we continue to expand and serve our customers.”
BAPAS, a joint venture between Boeing and SIA Engineering Company, offers the Boeing Global Fleet Care suite of engineering, parts and maintenance solutions for 737, 747 and 787 aircraft. BAPAS currently supports more than 100 Boeing aircraft as part of its Global Fleet Care offerings.
“We’re proud to support Myanmar National Airlines’ growth efforts,” said Michael Doellefeld, chief executive officer of BAPAS. “The Asia Pacific region is the world’s leading aviation market, with growth projected to outpace the rest of the globe. BAPAS is ready to support the region’s airlines, offering unprecedented lifecycle solutions that make us a trusted partner for airline services in the region.”
Boeing’s Global Fleet Care suite of services can include Fleet Engineering Solutions, Fleet Material Solutions, and Fleet Integrated Solutions. Global Fleet Care enables airline customers to effectively manage their aircraft maintenance and operational requirements while providing predictability in their fleet management costs and maximizing scheduled dispatch reliability.