GA Telesis (GAT) says their record year of inputs continues with the disassembly of an additional three CFM56-5B, one CF6-80C2 and one PW4056-3 engines before year-end. The engines are part of a lease return pool sourced from the company’s Asset Transaction Group and will be managed by GAT’s Flight Solutions Group (FSG) for disassembly and redistribution.
Following the dismantling and repair by FSG’s Component Solutions team, the used serviceable material (USM) will be made available to GA Telesis’ airline and MRO customers worldwide in the early months of 2023. This new inventory constitutes some of the most relevant inventory desired by airlines and MROs and represents some of the Company’s largest jet engine component product lines. This inventory will add to an already unparalleled independent USM jet engine inventory that will flow down to provide additional cost savings for GAT’s airline customers for years to come.
“This is a continuation of our leadership position in the aftermarket as we head into 2023,” said Alex Tuttle, COO of Component Solutions Group. “We very much understand our role as a critical supplier for cost-effective airline engine builds,” he added.
“The Flight Solutions Group, along with the entire GA Telesis Ecosystem, continues to drive economic supply chain solutions for the entire global USM space,” said Jason Reed, President of Flight Solutions Group. “With over 100 assets planned to be dismantled by our team in 2023, GA Telesis will continue to lead the way in the aftermarket, ensuring the lowest possible maintenance costs and reliability as a whole,” he added.