GA Telesis Announces the Acquisition of One (1) Airbus A300B4-603 (MSN 391) Widebody Aircraft Equipped with General Electric CF6-80C2 Engines from Deutsche Lufthansa Aktiengesellschaft (“Lufthansa”)
Ft. Lauderdale, FL & Bournemouth, England – GA Telesis and its affiliate GA Telesis, UK Ltd. announced that they have acquired one (1) Airbus A300B4-603 aircraft from Lufthansa. The aircraft will enter the GA Telesis disassembly production line in the United Kingdom, and the disassembly and remarketing will be led by GA Telesis, UK in cooperation with the GA Telesis Aircraft Systems Group (“ASG”) and Turbine Engine Group (“TEG”), respectively.
The aircraft will be dismantled by an Aircraft Fleet Recycling Association (“AFRA”) accredited company, on behalf of GA Telesis. AFRA-accredited companies use processes that encompass the industry’s best practices in an environmentally- responsible manner and through strict environmental controls and recycling planning.
“This is an exciting first for the UK operations which underpins its rapid growth and success within Europe,” said David Daughters, Managing Director of GA Telesis UK. “Our immediate objective is to exponentially grow Europe-based disassemblies while adhering to the manufacturers’ guidelines as it relates to environmental consciousness,” he added.
About GA Telesis
GA Telesis is a global leader in the commercial aerospace support industry. With sales, distribution, and maintenance facilities throughout the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Mexico, and Singapore. GA Telesis specializes in commercial aircraft and jet engine leasing, component maintenance, as well as maintaining one of the world’s largest replacement aerospace component inventory networks. GA Telesis serves the world’s largest airlines and maintenance organizations with support for Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier, Douglas, and Embraer aircraft and components as well as CFM International, General Electric, Honeywell, International Aero Engine, Pratt & Whitney, and Rolls-Royce turbine jet engines and replacement components.
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