Aventure Aviation has acquired a Boeing 737-900 airframe, MSN 29988. High demand parts will be harvested by Ascent MRO in Tucson, Arizona, USA. The removed parts will be relocated to Aventure's Atlanta warehouse, and refurbished prior to sale. A notable feature includes a cockpit head-up display.
The aircraft flew its entire life with Korean Air, and has excellent maintenance records. In 2021, Korean Air was named Airline of the Year by Air Transport World, while Chairman and CEO Walter Cho was named Person of the Year by Orient Aviation.
This is the first 737 obtained in 2022, and Aventure's first ever 737-900 variation. Last year, Aventure acquired six other Boeing 737NG models, providing fresh inventory for customers.
"We look forward to collaborating with more airlines and leasing companies in finding solutions for end-of-life and retired aircraft assets," said Aventure Aviation President Talha Faruqi. "We have capital, asset management expertise and can offer options for outright purchase or material consignments for asset owners."
"Our business has seen a spike due to our increased assets," said Director of Business Development Ebrahim Zakaria. "We are proud to have become one of the world's foremost providers of commercial aircraft parts."
Aventure is considering the acquisition of several other Airbus, Boeing, Embraer, and Bombardier aircraft, focusing on end-of-life aircraft for dismantling and conversion.