Printed headline: Availability Issues Four years ago, the aircraft and engine teardown markets were lucrative enterprises for operators looking to make a return on end-of-life aircraft. Returns on components were also financially rewarding to asset management specialists and MROs with teardown capabilities. However, soon after, fuel costs started to plummet—with Brent Crude (a trading classification that serves as a global benchmark for price for oil purchases) falling below $50 per ...

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