GA Telesis Announces the Acquisition of Two (2) Boeing 767-300 Aircraft (MSN 23216 & 23217) from Japan Airlines
Ft. Lauderdale, FL – GA Telesis announced that it has acquired two (2) Boeing 767-300 aircraft from Japan Airlines (JAL). The aircraft were recently removed from service where they operated on both domestic and international routes by JAL. The 767-300s will enter the GA Telesis disassembly production line in Florida, and the disassembly and remarketing will be led by the GA Telesis Aircraft Systems Group (ASG) and Turbine Engine Group (TEG), respectively.
“We are very pleased to conclude the agreement to acquire these aircraft,” said Russell Bonnell, Senior Vice President of Global Sales. “These are the first-ever 767-300s aircraft to be disassembled and just another example of our continued commitment to provide our airline customers with newer generation inventory at significant cost savings,” 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, Dubai and Singapore. Accredited as an AS9120 company, 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 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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