Aircraft Storage at Pinal Airpark - Marana, Arizona (MZJ)
January 2015 - Aircraft Demolition receives three more aircraft for storage at Pinal Airpark - Marana, AZ (MZJ). Two McDonnell Douglas DC9 aircraft were relocated to our site and will be returned to service. An additional Boeing 747-400 was delivered to our facility for aircraft storage and teardown work.
Aircraft Demolition provides commercial aircraft storage and parking at Pinal Airpark (MZJ) at Marana, Arizona which is located just minutes outside of Tucson, Arizona. The dry Arizona desert is the ideal location to store your commercial aircraft or park on a short term basis. We can accommodate any size commercial aircraft and tailor a storage program to fit your needs. Contact us today for your commercial aircraft storage and parking needs.
Aircraft Recycling Washington State
December 2014 - Aircraft Demolition provided aircraft recycling services to Aviation Technical Services (ATS) in Moses Lake, WA. Over a ten day period we recycled one Boeing 747-400 and one Boeing 737-300. Prior to the recycling process these aircraft were parted-out by ATS and the parts will go into the used aircraft parts market.
Aircraft Demolition specializes in worldwide mobile aircraft disassembly and recycling. We will perform at your location of choice or you can come to us. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a quote on your next aircraft disassembly and recycling project.
Aircraft Storage and Disassembly at Marana, AZ
December 2014 - Aircraft Demolition received its first aircraft for storage and disassembly at Pinal Airpark in Marana, Arizona (MZJ). This Boeing 747-400 will be parted out and put in temporary storage. Contact us today for aircraft storage or disassembly work at Marana, AZ.
Musuem of Flight Boeing 747-100
November 2014 - The Museum of Flight in Seattle, WA asked Aircraft Demolition for help restoring the first ever built Boeing 747-121 and we were honored they asked. The Boeing 747 is an iconic aircraft and a personal favorite of ours. We were proud to donate many parts including some fresh tires and many other artifacts to help restore the Queen of the Skies". Next time you're in Seattle make a visit to The Museum of Flight!
Pratt & Whitney Jet Engine Recycling
Novemeber 2014 - Aircraft Demolition purchased thirty five Pratt and Whitney JT8D and three JT9D jet engines for recycling purposes. The engines will be disassembled at our facility for their individual high temperature alloys and will be re-melted for use back into the aviation sector. Aircraft Demolition purchases jet engines and obsolete inventory for recycling purposes.