Aircraft and engine aftermarket solutions provider AerFin has recently taken delivery of 11 CFM56 and nine V2500 engines.
It brings the total number of engines acquired by AerFin since 2013 to 250.
The company’s tear-down portfolio covers the CFM56-5B/5C/7B, CF34-8, CF6, RB211 and V2500 platforms and further underpins AerFin’s commitment to supporting its growing global customer base with premium used-serviceable material (USM).
Auvinash Narayen, senior vice president of trading, said: “Investing in our engine acquisition strategy over the past decade has been instrumental in building a substantial inventory portfolio for regional and narrowbody platforms.”
AerFin state that all assets have been disassembled in-house at the company’s 100,000sqft EASA, FAA and CAA approved engine shop in the UK.
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