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China embarks on board aircraft recycling

Léo Barnier
20/06/2018 | 384 words
China embarks on board aircraft recycling
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China, a green country? After strengthening its commitments under the Paris Accord following the withdrawal of the United States, the country seems to be carrying on the path it has set for itself. Aircraft Recycling International (ARI), a subsidiary of the China Aircraft Leasing Group (CALC), has just opened a first major facility dedicated to aircraft recycling. Named China Aircraft Recycling Remanufacturing Base, or "the Base" for short, it officially began operations on 8th June.

As its name indicates, the Base will be dismantling and reconditioning planes and will (...)
 
 
 
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