Aircraft End of Life Solutions
AerFin go beyond expectations in aircraft end of life services; offering leasing, technical consulting, trading and supply of equipment from entire aircraft, through to piece part components.
Airframe Component Support
Aircraft Engine Parts Suppliers
Power by the Hour for Aviation Rotable Components
Aircraft Asset Management
Our extensive capital resources, coupled with our commercial and technical excellence allows us to deliver cost-efficient aircraft and entire fleet-phase out exit-solutions for airlines, lessors and Asset Managers.
Beyond Components provides customers with airframe and engine component support solutions that exceed their expectation on value, without compromising on quality or delivery of service.
Aircraft Engine Trading
Beyond Engine provides customers’ powerplant solutions, that exceed their expectations on value, without compromising quality or delivery of service.
Power by the Hour
Beyond Pool ensures that customers avoid large-scale initial investments whilst maintaining guaranteed, reliable access to high-quality stock.
Aircraft and engines are in our blood and we remain focused and committed to providing our aviation knowledge for the benefit of our clients, investors and partners.
19 February 2024
The Singapore branch of the Royal Aeronautical Society (RAeS) appoints Paul Ashcroft as President
02 February 2024
USM: The Attractive Alternative to Factory New - Simon Walker
24 January 2024
AerFin expands it operations with the opening of a Dublin office
22 January 2024
AerFin celebrates its 90th aircraft acquisition following the successful purchase of two Airbus A330-200 aircraft from Stratos
19 December 2023
High Demand and Supply Chain Challenges in Engine Leasing Market - Oliver James
13 December 2023
AerFin Appoints Paul Ashcroft as Senior Vice President - Asia Pacific
07 December 2023
AerFin further prepares for global growth with the appointment of David Greenwell as Senior Vice President Supply Chain
06 December 2023
AerFin’s engine acquisition strategy ascends to 250 aircraft engines