GA Telesis To Disassemble Six PW4000s In Q1 2016

GA Telesis has confirmed it will disassemble six PW4000 engines in Q1 2016 with the materials used for its airline and MRO customers currently operating A300/A310/A330, 747-400/767/777 and MD-11 aircraft.

GA Telesis has confirmed it will disassemble six PW4000 engines in Q1 2016 with the materials used for its airline and MRO customers currently operating A300/A310/A330, 747-400/767/777 and MD-11 aircraft.

The firm said the PW4000 work is part of its aim to increase aftermarket support programmes and adds to existing commitments to disassemble more than fifty commercial engines.

Jason Reed, president of GA Telesis’s component solutions group, said: “As we continue to expand our operations, adding this inventory puts us in an even better position to provide the highest level replacement parts support that our customers need.”

 

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