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Avtrade completes purchase of two A320s

Posted 28 March 2017 · Add Comment

Avtrade has completed the purchase of two Airbus A320 (MSN 1316 and MSN 1345) aircraft which will be parted out under a coordinated programme managed by Avtrade Operations and Logistics teams.



The purchase of these two A320 aircraft show the company's continued commitment to developing Airbus support capabilities for Airbus customers worldwide.

Currently in Marana, Arizona for disassembly, components from both aircrafts will boost Avtrade’s current Airbus stock. These components will be fully serviceable and certified to both EASA and FAA release and will be available for immediate shipment on sale, loan and exchange.

Through continuous purchase of aircraft and development of its stock portfolio, Avtrade has an expanded network of global inventory pools that are accessible 24/7. An Airbus approved vendor, Avtrade can supply high quality Airbus components enhancing Avtrade’s reputation as a leading Global Component Service Provider.

 

 

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