James Pozzi with MRO-Network.com explores the fact that demand on specific engine types for disassembly or lease has skyrocketed. In the article, he obtains insight from industry experts, including Damon Bowden, vice president global sales and business development at AerSale.
When it comes to engines, many maintenance and overhaul shops are running at full capacity due to the volume of shop visits. Materials on some mature engines are somewhat scarce. Experts agree that more aircraft retirements are in store in the coming years, generating some good part-out opportunities.
“With the current amount of aircraft on order and with carriers only having so much capacity on their aircraft, new A320neos and their engines will replace some of the older A320s and their engines, which will then go back into the market,” says Bowden.
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