Alaris Announces Disassembly of Two A319 Airframes
Updated: Oct 2, 2019
February, 2019 – Pompano Beach, Florida - Alaris Aerospace Systems, LLC. (“Alaris”) announces the disassembly of two Airbus 319-132 (MSN 1947 and MSN 1955) with V2500 Nacelles. The airframes have a DOM of 2003 and are equipped with enhanced avionics, enhanced landing gear, low time APUs, and current generation electrical, hydraulic, and pneumatic accessories.
The disassembly is being completed at eCube, UK, and the repair/overhaul and sale of the removed parts is being managed by Alaris from its HQ in S. Florida.
“We have a large customer base with the A320 family fleet and we are off to a great start in supporting their operational efficiency goals for 2019” explained Ramnik Soni, COO of Alaris.
Alaris Aerospace Systems, LLC (Alaris) is a leading aircraft parts distributor and asset manager with a global footprint serving over 300 airlines and MRO customers, headquartered in South Florida with warehouses and offices in Europe, Middle East, and Asia. 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.