Aircraft Teardown, Disassembly & Part-out

teardown-station-800Aircraft Demolition provides services for Teardown, Disassembly and Part-out to customers worldwide. Aircraft Demolition is an Aircraft Fleet Recycling Association (AFRA) accredited member in the Disassembly of Aircraft, Powerplants and other Aerospace Materials, our team of expert technicians disassemble the entire aircraft including the engines quickly and efficiently at your location or ours. Our focus is first on project safety and then to complete the aircraft disassembly on time and on budget.

Before each aircraft disassembly project the maintenance manual and IPC are researched. A job card is created for each part removal complete with the MM & IPC reference attached. This gives our technicians a clear path, ensures proper removal procedures and speeds up the disassembly process.

Aircraft Demolition’s FAA licensed team has the trained understanding of the environmental, safety and security aspects of aircraft dismantling around the world.

Aircraft Demolition has earned a respected reputation for having rapid response availability and knowledgeable technicians in all areas of Aircraft Disassembly, Teardown and Part-out. When the teardown is complete let us recycle the airframe and lower your overall cost.

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Services Include:

  • 24/7 Worldwide coverage, with option to choose your location or ours

  • Dedicated staffing with project manager through completion

  • Daily inventory report of parts removed

  • Parts tagged, recorded, packaged, crated and shipped

  • Hull Recycling - Receive a credit towards disassembly

  • RRT - Rapid Response Team available within 24hrs
  • Full compliance with all FAA regulations, applicable laws and ordinances 

 

Client Testimonial

April 1, 2013

We had a need for removing our Boeing 727 out of our maintenance hangar, and were very pleased to learn that Aircraft Demolition had the unique capabilities to do the precision work. Your team excelled in safety and creativity by safely cutting off the tail section of the aircraft and removing the aircraft outside of the hangar for "Aircraft End of Life Solutions".

Sincerely,

Curtis J. Zoller
Associate Dean of Aerospace Programs
Northland Community and Technical College