Engines are 20,000 pound thrust class powering Embraer E1 190/195 and Lineage 1000 Commercial & Business aircraft

Certified engines offered to the market from AVIAN’s Orlando-based Capital Solutions Platform and 72,000 sq ft global OEM aircraft parts distribution center.

AVIAN Inventory Management (“AVIAN”), a division of AVIAN Component Solutions (“ACS”), a customized inventory capital solutions provider and financier to the aviation industry, announced that AVIAN has closed on the acquisition of four (4x) serviceable General Electric CF34-10E turbofan engines.

Ian Gurekian, Founder & CEO, AVIAN Inventory Management commented, “We are very proud to announce that AVIAN has further expanded the breadth of our customer-focused platform to include the acquisition and trading capabilities of modern, in-demand jet engines. These first engines complement our ability to keep Embraer’s fleet flying reliably throughout the world via our available inventory and now these powerplants. We look forward to expanding our footprint in this space in the near-term.”

All four engines and full QECs are immediately available for inspection and sale. Contact: engines@avianparts.com

About the AVIAN Inventory Management Orlando, FL Distribution Center:

  • 89,000 PNs/ 210,000+ line items/more than 13M parts received
  • Opened in October, 2021; facility designed to spec
  • ASA 100 Accredited; AS9120 ISO Certified
  • Meets FAA AC-00-56B requirements
  • Operates to FAA standards
  • 72,000 sq.ft. Class A facility with a12,000 sq.ft. climate-controlled storage room
  • AvSight-integrated IMS
  • Embedded Sales Channel Partners (“SCPs”) to speed parts to global customers