AerFin has this week taken delivery of its 230th engine with the recent purchase of 2 x CFM56-7B tech-insertion engines. This significant milestone further underpins AerFin’s commitment to supporting its growing global customer base with premium used-serviceable material (USM). These assets will be disassembled in-house at the company’s 100,000 sq ft EASA, FAA and CAA approved engine shop near Cardiff, UK.  

The company’s tear-down portfolio covers the CFM56-5B/5C/7B, CF34-8, RB211 & imminent V2500 platforms. David Hobbs, Sales Director – Engines, said: “The success of our engine acquisition strategy ensures we have a consistent supply of high-quality, cost-effective engine solutions available for our airline and MRO customers globally.  This is more important than ever, especially as we prepare for an up-surge in MRO and USM demand in a cost-conscious environment”. “Over the last ten years AerFin has made a significant investment in our engine strategy, allowing s to boast an extensive inventory portfolio on the regional and narrow-body platforms”. Simon Walker, VP Asset Management.  

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