Avion Systems of Ft. Lauderdale, FL has announced the acquisition of four Airbus A330-300s previously operated by American Airlines. The aircraft formally equipped with PW4168A powerplants have now been sent for teardown in Roswell, NM. This acquisition together with recent teardowns of two additional A330-200s, meets Avion Systems’ strategy to position itself as one of the leading suppliers of A330 parts. This will enable Avion to increase parts distribution to both its domestic and international client base of MROs, airlines and trading partners.
Ron Sever, CEO of Avion Systems commented: “Our access to inventory for twin-isle aircraft allows us to penetrate new market segments of Tier 1 and Tier 2 operators and MROs who are traditionally serviced by OEMs. This is one of many acquisitions ensuring expansion of our offering to these market segments”.
Avion Systems Group is a global aerospace spare parts supplier and FAA/EASA-approved MRO with multiple distribution centres worldwide, operating on a 24/7 basis for urgent and AOG requirements.