Younger And Younger Aircraft Disassembled For Surplus Parts

Hundreds of commercial aircraft will be disassembled and parted out this year to feed airline demand for lower-cost parts and components. But unlike 10-15 years ago, when most were torn down because they had reached the end of their useful lives, these are much younger aircraft. Speaking at Aviation...

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