For the past several years, the aircraft teardown industry has been buffeted by a reduction in the number of aircraft being parted out, as moderate fuel prices and strong air traffic growth have kept midlife aircraft flying under lease extensions or renewals. Coupled with this, investment capital to buy or lease aircraft has been more readily available, increasing competition for existing assets—all across the aircraft life cycle. The result is that the supply of desirable teardown ...

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