Gaic To Teardown First Imported Aircraft In China

GA Innovation China (GAIC), a joint venture between GA Telesis and Air China, has confirmed it will carry out the first-ever import to mainland China of an overseas aircraft for disassembly and parts redistribution.

GA Innovation China (GAIC), a joint venture between GA Telesis and Air China, has confirmed it will carry out the first-ever import to mainland China of an overseas aircraft for disassembly and parts redistribution.

GAIC has subcontracted the teardown to local firm Tianjin HAITE High Tech and will use the serviceable material from the 767 to provide component support to carriers in the region.

In 2013, GAIC completed its first aircraft disassembly and parts redistribution programme in China after tearing down an ex-Air China 747. GAIC confirmed it plans to introduce more foreign aircraft for disassembly in China.

TAGS: Asia Pacific
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