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Scrapping planes with AELS

Aircraft End-Of-Life Solutions (AELS) knows everything there is to know about dismantling planes. Our newest issue features an interview with company ceo Derk-Jan van Heerden. ‘We have processed over 75 aircraft so far,’ he says. ‘Business is good, very good. 2019 was a great year for us and 2020 is looking even better,’ he adds.

Derk-Jan van Heerden: ‘There are lots of opportunities for growth,
especially when it comes to dealing in spare parts from salvaged aircraft.’

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