GA Telesis, one of the world’s largest aircraft parting-out companies, will disassemble at least a half-dozen aircraft this year that were built since 2000. Abdol Moaberry, GA Relesis’ CEO, president and founder, is unsure if the early retirement of such low-usage aircraft is a permanent trend, but he says demand of some used aircraft remains low despite bargain prices. GA Telesis in the second quarter already is scheduled to part out two Boeing 737-700s that were built after 2000 ...
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