17 Jan 2019
AJW Group has purchased a Boeing 777-200LR airframe for teardown, installed with GE90 110/115 engines. The aircraft was delivered on the 12th January.
The Boeing 777-200LR airframe is compatible with both 777-300ER and B777F aircraft, of which there are just under 1000 in service*. All components will be re-certified by AJW Technique, Montreal.
Ian Malin, Director and Chief Investment Officer, AJW Group, said:
“AJW’s inventory of Airbus and Boeing spares is located in strategic hubs across the globe, our latest teardown of this B777–200LR aircraft further ensures that our customers’ operations are fully-supported through access to our pool of high-quality material.
As the B777-300 fleet starts to mature, with approximately 1000 aircraft in service, AJW is using this airframe to ramp up its inventory in this platform to complement its already-comprehensive global narrow body inventory pools. This strategy is calculated and deliberate to position AJW as the ‘go-to’ source for B777 material for the next decade.”
*976 in service as of 06/09/2018
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