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Avtrade boosts its A320 inventory

Posted 13 September 2016 · Add Comment

Aircraft support and services specialist, Avtrade, which has its regional base in Dubai, has bolstered its multi-million dollar inventory of Airbus components

The company, which services more than 800 airlines worldwide, has confirmed the acquisition of a former Air France A320-200, MSN 285.
Purchased complete with CFM56-5A engines, the aircraft is being disassembled. Components will be fully serviceable and certified to both EASA and FAA release, parts will be available for immediate shipment on sale, loan or exchange basis via Avtrade’s sales team, at Dubai and other strategic global locations and its 24/7 AOG service, the company said.
 

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