TAAG Angola Airlines joined Boeing's Component Services Programs (CSPs)on Wednesday, becoming the world’s 22nd airline to join the leading aerospace company.

TAAG said it has already ordered two 777-200ERs and four 737-700s which are expected to be completed later this year. These airplanes will covered by the CSP, a materials management and supply-chain solution which helps airlines reduce costs, enhance efficiency and improve spares availability.

TAAG's decision to join CSPs for both its 777s and 737s is a step towards greater efficiency and demonstrates the airline's focus on providing its customers a superior product, said Dan da Silva, vice president of Sales and Marketing for Boeing Commercial Aviation Services.

According to Boeing, the company already has a 777 CSP with Air France Industries and a 737 CSP with KLM Engineering and Maintenance, respectively.