The latest purchase orders are valued at around $14m.
The original indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract, which was signed last year, requires CPI Aero to manufacture major structural subassemblies of the A-10 aircraft’s wing.
The IDIQ contract carries a maximum ceiling value of $48m.
Overall, CPI Aero has received around $20m from Boeing for the contract works and associated programme start-up costs.
The company is expected to make the first delivery later this year.
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Notably, Boeing was contracted by the United States Air Force (USAF) in August last year to manage the production of up to 112 new wing sets and spares kits for A-10 aircraft. The IDIQ contract carries a maximum potential value of $999m.
CPI Aero CEO Douglas McCrosson said: “These latest purchase orders represent a substantial commitment by the US Air Force and Boeing to keeping this vital weapon system in the fight for years to come.
“New orders, such as these for the A-10, add to our already impressive funded backlog for products that are at the core of our country’s national security mission and comprise both older platforms, like the A-10, and current generation programmes.”
The A-10 Thunderbolt II is used by the USAF to provide close-air support for the ground forces.
The aircraft is also operated by the USAF, Air Combat Command, the USAF Reserve and the Air National Guard.