Aventure Aviation has acquired two Boeing 737NG airframes, MSN 33783 and MSN 33790, retired after flying with Aeromexico for 16 and 17 years since their delivery. The teardown is currently underway in Marana, Arizona. Parts will be relocated to Aventure's Atlanta warehouse, joining stock from another recently dismantled 737NG, MSN 28497.
The two aircraft were placed in storage a few months ago and are in excellent condition. The landing gear was overhauled in 2019 and there is plenty of green time remaining on component parts.
"Aventure Aviation continues to offer a unique global aviation investment platform for investors, leasing companies, and owners," said President Talha Faruqi. "We have solutions to deploy capital, provide asset management services, and material consignments.
"We continue to see interesting opportunities to purchase aircraft part-out," Mr. Faruqi added. "As the commercial aviation industry continues to struggle, operators and leasing companies are searching for reputable companies that are willing to step-up and take on their surplus aircraft. Aventure has the financing and capabilities to purchase these assets."
"Over the last few years, Aventure has established ourselves as one of the world's foremost providers of commercial and military aircraft parts," said Sales Director Ebrahim Zakaria. "Customers appreciate our dedicated customer service and one-stop shop experience, which helps them reduce costs and repair turn times for 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 purposes.