17 August 2017

AerFin completes dismantling of two Boeing 737-800 aircraft


AerFin has further strengthened its stock of Boeing 737NG material after dismantling two Boeing 737-800’s, MSN 29039 and 29041. The narrow-body aircraft were both acquired earlier this year from The Investec Global Aircraft Fund.

"These two Boeing 737-800 narrow-bodies reinforce our position as a leading global aftermarket supplier. They provide us with a stock of very high quality Boeing 737NG material, which is crucial for supporting operators that are increasingly demanding cost-saving alternative solutions in the aftermarket."
Bob James, AerFin CEO

The aircraft which were dismantled in Tarbes (France) by Tarmac Aerosave, Europe’s leading company for aircraft storage and recycling, will now be used to support the global fleet of 737NG operators, providing fixed cost-per-hourly strategic support programs, which are becoming more and more appealing to airlines.

AerFin CEO Bob James commented, “These two Boeing 737-800 narrow-bodies reinforce our position as a leading global aftermarket supplier. They provide us with a stock of very high quality Boeing 737NG material, which is crucial for supporting operators that are increasingly demanding cost-saving alternative solutions in the aftermarket.”

 

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