The turbine engine teardown business is evolving as older fleets retire and more operators and investors see the value of life-limited parts (LLP) that have remaining life. “Over the past few years, quality used serviceable material has gained greater acceptance worldwide, thanks to cost savings and accredited suppliers,” says Mitch Weinberg, president of International Aircraft Associates, a Miramar, Florida-based turbine engine materials specialist. At the same ...
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