A J Walter Aviation Completes Part-out of Two Boeing 737-600 Aircraft

The parts recovered are being certified and fed into the AJW inventory reserves for sale, exchange or loan to the Company’s significant B737NG customer portfolio.


London, 23 July 2012:  A J Walter Aviation, the leading independent complete aircraft spares support specialist, recently completed the part-out of two Boeing 737-600 aircraft purchased from Austrian Airlines.  Both aircraft were delivered to eCube Solutions, an aircraft end of life management company in Wales, where the disassembly process was performed undercover in their dedicated 56kft2 hangar.  The part-out of these 737-600 aircraft is now complete and the parts recovered are being certified and fed into the AJW inventory reserves for sale, exchange or loan to the Company’s significant B737NG customer portfolio.  All interested parties should contact AJW directly at sales@ajw-aviation.com or +44 1403 711777.

In the past twelve months AJW has invested heavily in developing its Engine management, lease, sale and part-out division which has positioned the Company well to acquire and part-out an ever increasing number of aircraft.  This B737-600 part-out programme follows several other recent successful part-out projects, including over twenty B737CL, B757/767, B744, A320 and A330/340 aircraft.  AJW is also rapidly growing its engine part-out activities and has recently concluded projects on several CFM56 variants.  Interested parties for lease or engine material supplies should contact AJW directly at engines@ajw-aviation.com or +44 1685 352781.

AJW is based out of London, Dubai, Singapore and Miami with further Airbus and Boeing inventory hubs across the globe. Already highly regarded for its award-winning 24/7 AOG and critical component supply services, AJW continues to develop its portfolio with integrated consumables management in addition to its engine and airframe part-out activities.  A significant global leader, AJW serves a customer base of more than 800 airlines with over 400 aircraft under contract.

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