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Avtrade completes purchase of Airbus A319 aircraft

Posted 2 November 2016 · Add Comment

Dubai based Avtrade has completed the purchase of a serviceable Airbus A319 aircraft MSN 2891 DOM 2006 for part-out.

Purchased with CFM56-5B engines, the disassembly of the ex Fastjet aircraft continues Avtrade’s dedication to its aircraft acquisition programme. The removed components will be fully certified by EASA, FAA and CAAC approved facilities enabling Avtrade to bolster its multi-million dollar inventory and service to over 800 airlines worldwide. 

Components will be available for shipment on sale, loan or exchange basis via Avtrade’s Sales team, strategic global offices and 24/7 AOG service. 

 

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