Mobile Aircraft Part Out and Recycling
October 2015 - Aircraft Demolition has openings available for your next part out and recycling project. Put our team of FAA licensed technicians to work for you at your location or ours. We are the only dual Aircraft Fleet Recycling Association (AFRA) accredited member in North America and one of three in the world. Aircraft Demolition provides the highest quality part out services with unmatched efficiency and a safety record to match. Contact us today for your next aircraft part out or recycling project: email@example.com
NASA - Johnson Space Center Boeing 747 SCA
October 2015 - Aircraft Demolition has been working with NASA and the Johnson Space Center the past 2 years on the restoration of the Boeing 747 SCA (Shuttle Carrier Aircraft). Recently our crews insulated and installed the main cabin interior to provide a better experience for the museum guests as they pass through the exhibit. Originally the Boeing 747 SCA interior was removed to save weight for the additional Space Shuttle load. In the next week our crew will install four Pratt and Whitney JT9D engines to complete the exterior look of the aircraft.
Read more: NASA - Johnson Space Center Boeing 747 SCA
Aircraft Demolition on King 5 News
September 2015 - Aircraft Demolition recycling the Boeing 757 Eco Demonstrator on King 5 News Seattle, WA.
757 Eco Demonstrator Demolition and Recycling
August 2015 - Aircraft Demolition parted out and recycled the Boeing 757 Eco Demonstrator at Moses Lake, WA. We were hired by Stifel the aircraft owner to process 757-200. The aircraft just came off of lease from the Boeing company and had a highly productive 25year life span. The video is courtesy of writer Dominic Gates of the Seattle Times.
Boeing 757 Eco Demonstrator Contract
July 2015 - Aircraft Demolition and AFRA dual accredited member has won the contract to part out and recycle the Boeing 757 Eco Demonstrator. The aircraft is owned by the Stifel Aircraft Credit and Finance team and was on lease to Boeing during the testing period. Stifel and Boeing have partnered with Aircraft Demolition to disassemble the 1990-built 757 (N757ET) and we will learn new options for recycling the aircraft’s various materials and systems. The project will begin in late July 2015.