Alaris announces the disassembly of one Airbus 330-223 (MSN 366) with PW 4168 nacelles. The airframe has a DOM of 03/2001 and is equipped with enhanced avionics, growth landing gear, low time APU, Pratt Whitney 4168 Nacelles and current generation electrical, hydraulic, and pneumatic accessories. The disassembly was completed at Goodyear, AZ and follows on the heels of A330 MSN 296 that was parted out in Dec 2018. The repair/overhaul and sale of the removed parts is being managed by Alaris from its HQ in S. Florida. “We have an increasing demand for A320/A330 material and are pleased to announce a pipeline of 12-15 teardowns for 2019,” said Bikram Jaswal, President of Alaris Aerospace Systems, LLC. “We have an exceptional ability to acquire airframe/engine material and market it through our global distribution network.” he added. Alaris is an ASA-100 accredited company that specializes in the aftermarket distribution of Airframe and Engine Components, most notably those associated with Boeing and Airbus.
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