VAS Aero Services (VAS), is a specialist in aviation logistics and aftermarket services. Recently, the company announced that it has secured two Airbus A320 aircraft and two Boeing B737-700 aircraft for teardown and parts harvesting. This brings the company’s total acquisitions in less than 12 months to 25 Airbus and Boeing airframes and 13 engines for teardown and parts harvesting.
By acquiring these aircraft, VAS Aero Services is increasing its inventory of Airbus and Boeing Used Serviceable Materials (USM) parts. This move solidifies the company’s position as a leading provider of USM parts and solutions to the global aviation marketplace.
The CEO of VAS Aero Services, Tommy Hughes, believes that these investments in airframe and engine teardowns will assure that the company will have superior, high-demand USM parts for its customers around the world as well as for newly secured market channels. He also notes that these acquisitions demonstrate the increased capabilities created by the company’s relationship with Satair, a stand-alone subsidiary of Airbus.
Overall, VAS Aero Services’ recent acquisitions demonstrate the company’s commitment to providing quality USM parts and solutions to its worldwide customer base of airline operators and leasing companies.
VAS supplies more than 1,000,000 different parts to its customers. The company’s portfolio of solutions also encompasses logistics, warehousing, programme management, and sourcing. VAS Aero Services enjoys the support of premier airlines, MRO and aviation manufacturing companies worldwide. VAS Aero Services is an independent subsidiary of Satair, an Airbus Services company.