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In our ongoing efforts to extend the benefits of e-business to our airline customers, Boeing has launched a new web site, myboeingfleet.com, as a single source of online maintenance, engineering, and flight operations data.

The password-protected Web site consolidates past Boeing online offerings, such as Boeing Digital and the PART Page, and serves as a platform for new and expanded airline support and services.

The goal of myboeingfleet.com is to create a seamless, end-to-end experience for customers who use these online services. We want you to be able to go to one place to get exactly the information you need, when you need it, thereby making it faster and easier than ever for you to do business with us.

One of the most powerful features of myboeingfleet.com is its ability to personalize content by user. The site’s “My Profile” application allows you to specify access to documents and information that relate to your professional responsibilities. You see a unique, customized page.

The Web site covers a wide range of data, including service bulletins, major maintenance manuals for selected airplanes, maintenance tips, in-service activity reports, service letters, configuration change data, airplane flight manual status reports, and master minimum equipment lists. The site also offers access to the Boeing Web-based spare parts ordering system, the PART Page.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Last July, we expanded the site to include one-and-a-half million engineering drawings for almost all Boeing- and Douglas-designed commercial airplanes. We also added searchable parts lists, more than 11,000 component maintenance/overhaul manuals, and a fleet status report known as the Boeing Fleet Team® Digest. These additions move us very close to the day when you will be able to get all the information you need to maintain and operate your Boeing fleet through a single Internet portal.

Users of existing online support services who have signed the appropriate agreements can use their current user IDs and passwords to access myboeingfleet.com. Other owners and operators of Boeing airplanes will need to sign the appropriate agreements before requesting user IDs and passwords. Additional information on the subscription process is available by contacting Digital Customer Support at DDCS@boeing.com. Access currently is limited to owners and operators of Boeing airplanes, but it will be expanded to include qualified maintenance, repair, and overhaul facilities, as well as others, later this year.


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