Curtiss-Wright forges spare parts pact with Boeing

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Structural and systems supplier Curtiss-Wright Controls and airframer Boeing reached a data license agreement allowing Curtiss-Wright to obtain parts manufacturing authority (PMA) for replacement flight control spare parts.

The license permits Curtiss-Wright to manufacture licensed PMA parts under the company's FAA-approved quality system and distribute directly to operators.

The Parsippany, New Jersey firm supplies flight control and utility actuation products for Boeing aircraft including the 737, 747, 757, 767 and 777 platforms.

"The manufacture of PMA-approved flight control and utility actuation spare parts is consistent with Curtiss-Wright Controls' position as a trusted supplier for all Boeing commercial aircraft families," says David Adams, Co-Chief Operating Officer of Curtiss-Wright Corporation.