Memphis, Tennessee (November 24, 2020) – Universal Asset Management, Inc. (UAM) is pleased to announce that it has taken delivery of its first Boeing 777-300ER airframe, MSN 35165, for disassembly. This 2008-vintage airframe was previously operated by Jet Airways and will be disassembled at UAM’s Aircraft Disassembly Center in Tupelo, MS.
UAM has a long and successful history in Boeing 777 disassemblies and component trading having disassembled the first ever Boeing 777, MSN 27109, in 2006 which was previously operated by Varig Brazil.
Sean O’Connor, Vice President of Aircraft Trading at UAM, commented, “UAM has a very strong and growing customer base for Boeing wide-body aircraft. With this airframe, we are strategically well positioned to support all 777 operators worldwide, especially those who operate the -300ER and -200LR platforms.”.
For inquiries, please contact UAM Sales via email or at 901.682.4064. Alternatively, you can contact your Account Manager directly who is prepared to discuss your supply chain requirements.