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Avtrade completes purchase of A321 aircraft

Posted 31 May 2017 · Add Comment

Component service provider Avtrade, has purchased an Airbus A321 (MSN 517) aircraft.

An addition to Avtrade’s aircraft purchase portfolio, this aircraft will be parted out and will be managed by Avtrade’s teams from MRO, Logistics and Operations.

Components will be fully serviceable and certified to both EASA and FAA release.

These components will be added to Avtrade’s extensive stock, and increase the Airbus inventory it has to offer to over 800 airlines worldwide.

The Airbus components will be available for immediate shipment 24/7 on sale, loan or exchange basis.

 

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