AJW Engines purchases CFM56-5B/P for teardown in support of expanding engine management programmes


AJW Engines, a division of the integrated aviation support specialists – AJW Group, has purchased another CFM56-5B/P engine for teardown. The engine will be dismantled to support AJW’s worldwide network of airline and MRO customers. It will provide inventory for piece parts sales, AJW Engines’ comprehensive Fan Blade Exchange programme and bolster strategically located spare parts to support the growing Engine Management Programmes that AJW administers for a number of airlines including JSC Donavia, Camair-Co and NordStar.

This recent purchase brings the total of this type of engine teardowns managed by AJW to three 5Bs, four 7Bs, two 5Cs, six V2500A5s and three RB21s. AJW Engines is actively in the pursuit of teardown engines to support its growing business. The third RB211 on consignment from Brickell Asset Management is currently in teardown under AJW’s supervision.

Operators looking for engine management, inventory consignment or parts supply can rely on AJW Engines. This growing commercial jet engines division has developed a significant aircraft engine portfolio and offers a range of integrated management solutions providing engineering services and quality overhauled condition engine parts. AJW Engines offers a wide range of CFM56-3/5/7, PW2000/4000, RB211-535E4 and V2500 sales and purchasing opportunities. AJW also manages a material salvage programme to recover and repair many airlines’ unserviceable shop visit materials.

Source / Author: AJW Engines
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