Enschede, the Netherlands – Sinterklaas (Dutch Santa Claus) was very generous to AELS (Aircraft End-of-Life Solutions). Clearly, we were not naughty but very nice this year. Sinterklaas and two of his helpers welcomed the arrival of two Boeing 737 aircraft. In the coming months, AELS will turn these two generous gifts into many gifts for the aviation industry.
AELS bought these two Boeing 737-700 aircraft (MSN 35135 and 35136, Reg. D-AHXE and D-AHXF) without engines. The aircraft were remarketed by Skytech-AIC on behalf of TUI, the seller. The aircraft, only 11 years old, arrived on November 30th and December 1st at Twente Airport. A large crowd welcomed both aircraft.
These are the first two 737NGs acquired by AELS, representing the next step in our continuous growth. In the coming months, AELS will disassemble the aircraft according to the highest standards. The components will be returned to the aviation industry. They will be offered to operators, part brokers, PBH-providers and MROs for support of the still growing operational fleet of 737NGs.
AELS buys aircraft and sells aircraft components for all types of aircraft. AELS is a fully accredited company (Aircraft Fleet Recycling Association (AFRA) for dismantling and recycling and ASA-100 (FAA AC 00-56) for component management). Our core values are Being the Best, Sustainable, Outside the box and Smile.
If you are interested in any of the Sinterklaas gifts (components) from the aircrafts, please check www.737stock.com.
If you want to sell us an aircraft, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information:
Derk-Jan van Heerden
+31 6 41 25 28 98