United Arab Emirates : BAE SYSTEMS wins a five year contract to support EMIRATES fleet of 777s

August 2014
TendersInfo News;8/7/2014, p1
The article reports on a five-year contract won by avionics supplier BAE Systems Inc. to support Emirates fleet of 777s. It mentions that BAE will handle the provision of maintenance services on flight controls, flight deck systems and control and monitoring systems, with services to be offered at BAE facilities in Singapore, Great Britain and the U.S.


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