Aloft AeroArchitects signs auxiliary fuel system contracts with Boeing

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Aloft AeroArchitects (formerly Pats Aircraft Systems) has been awarded a five-year contract with Boeing Commercial Airplanes to exclusively supply auxiliary fuel systems (AFS) for the BBJ 737 Max family, including AFS kit manufacturing and installation. In addition, Aloft and Boeing have extended the term of their existing contract for the exclusive supply of Next-Generation 737 AFS systems.

“We are extremely proud of this long-term relationship with our partners at Boeing Business Jets,” said John Martin, president and CEO at Aloft. “Both parties have toiled long and hard to ensure that this is a partnership that truly works. Our high supplier ratings for Aloft’s Pats auxiliary fuel systems and Hollingsead International racks, trays and extractor products are validation of our commitment to excellence.”

November 23, 2015

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