The Aircraft Fleet Recycling Association (AFRA) anticipates an increasing number of retired aircraft in the coming years and is looking for ways to boost the reuse of their parts and materials, particularly within the airline industry. The industry’s demand for recycled parts already is high, so while there are some improvements to be made in that market, the bigger concern for recyclers is reuse of materials used to make the airplane. AFRA Executive Director Martin Fraissignes, who just ...

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