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Aircraft parts and components for the global aircraft industry

Aero Assets is a trusted supplier of aircraft parts and components to the global aircraft aftermarket industry. We work with intercontinental and regional airlines, MROs and distributors to provide innovative inventory management support solutions tailored to individual requirements. We supply aircraft components for next generation Boeing, Airbus and turboprop markets – from individual parts, to whole aircraft – as well as offering repair, exchange of aircraft spares, provisioning and asset management services.

Our 20 years’ industry experience means you can depend on us for high quality aircraft parts delivered on deadline at a competitive price. Our dedicated AOG team is available 24 hours, 7 days a week to get you back in flight quickly and efficiently.

Aero Assets’ services range from initial provisioning services to inventory management systems, consignments and assets management services. The Aero Assets team operates an extensive warehouse of high quality, fully traceable aircraft parts and equipment for sale, as well as offering complete aircraft teardown consultancy services to fulfill specific customer requirements.

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Industry news

  • 23 Dec 2016 SHAE Receives EASA Design Organization Approval

    Shanghai HaoTong Aviation Engineering (SHAE) has confirmed the conclusion of its EASA certification and recently gained EASA Part 21 – Subpart J – Design Organization Approval (DOA).

    SHAE said that the approval makes it the first EASA approved third party design organization within the Chinese aviation industry. It is now able to independently develop and approve designs for modifications and repairs.

    Adding to its long-standing FAA certification capability, SHAE now has capability to provide engineering design services for changes and minor repairs to CS-23 normal, utility, aerobatic and commuter aeroplanes and CS-25 large aircraft for structures, cabin interiors, galleys or other interior equipment and related structure and associated electrical installations.

    “The DOA underscores our commitment to widening and deepening our capabilities in China, the world’s second-largest and fastest growing aviation market.” said Mr. Sheming Zhu, president of SHAE.
     

  • 23 Dec 2016 Rolls-Royce, Delta Pen First SelectCare Contract for Trent Engines

    Rolls-Royce and Delta Air Lines have entered into the first ever SelectCare services agreement for Trent engines, covering the Trent 800 powering the U.S. carrier’s fleet of Boeing 777 aircraft.

    The aftermarket program includes a suite of supplementary aftermarket services that Rolls-Royce said offers cost certainty and fleet plan flexibility.

    Launched by the British engine manufacturer at the beginning of 2016 targeting mature engine fleets, Rolls-Royce has since added carriers including American Airlines and Icelandiar to its SelectCare customer base, servicing both airlines’ RB211 engine fleets.

    “SelectCare provides us with a flexible solution for our Trent 800 powered fleet and matches our individual needs for this engine,” said Greg May, senior vice president at Atlanta-based Delta. 
     

  • 22 Dec 2016 Dare Takes on MAEL Accountable Manager Role

    Monarch Aircraft Engineering (MAEL) has appointed its managing director Chris Dare as accountable manager for Monarch Aircraft Engineering.

    He now has overall responsibility for the organization remaining in compliance with regulations.

    Dare has been managing director at Luton-headquartered MAEL since June 2016, in addition to holding the post of chief information officer at the engineering and maintenance provider.

  • 22 Dec 2016 Airlink Adds 11 ERJ 140s, Expands Pooling Contract

    African regional carrier Airlink has added 11 Embraer ERJ 140 jets to its fleet and has expanded its flight hour pool program for another eight years.

    The latest commitment will bring the number of ERJs in Airlink’s fleet to 30 aircraft.

    The pool program covers more than 350 different components on the 30 ERJs and covers the airline with 24/7 support.

    Rodger Foster, CEO of Airlink, said: “The Embraer Pool Program is the most complete solution available to support our growing fleet of Embraer regional jets. It’s a low investment model that delivers a high return in availability and costs, giving us the flexibility we need as we continue to grow.”
     

  • 22 Dec 2016 SIAEC Renews SIA Cargo Agreement

    SIA Engineering (SIAEC) has renewed its agreement to supply services to Singapore Airlines Cargo’s fleet for another three years from January 2017. 

    The contract, which covers several MRO services, includes an option to renew for another three years with a further period of two years.

    Over the potential eight-year term, the agreement is expected to produce revenues of up to $250 million.

    SIAEC’s CEO, Png Kim Chiang, said: “SIAEC and SIA Cargo have a strong and mutually beneficial relationship built over many years. We have worked closely with SIA Cargo to uphold its engineering excellence and optimise its operating efficiencies.”