AerFin Acquires A320 To Support Inventory Contracts

UK-based end-of-life specialist AerFin has acquired an ex-Monarch Airlines operated A320 to supports its component inventory contracts.

UK-based end-of-life specialist AerFin has acquired an ex-Monarch Airlines operated A320 to supports its component inventory contracts.

The airframe of the aircraft, currently undergoing part out in Kemble, will be used to support Aerfin’s parts inventory programmes at its London Gatwick Airport-based operation.

Following the transaction, AerFin has brought 15 aircraft under contract this year.

Bob James, managing director at AerFin, said: "The acquisition of this latest A320 will further increase our airframe inventory used to provide end of life solutions to our customers who value the professional expertise, industry knowledge and accessibility to parts that AerFin provides."

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