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Aviation News AJW Group has purchased three ex-Thomas Cook A330s for their components

AJW Group has purchased three ex-Thomas Cook A330s for their components

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22 OCT 2020 | 78 words
AJW Group bought three Airbus A330-200 aircraft for teardown. These three aircraft were all operated by defunct airline Thomas Cook UK.

They were produced in 1999 and are powered by Trent 700 engines. AJW specifies that the aircraft will be directly disassembled on-site in Manchester.

After been recertified, the inventory will be held at AJW Group's headquarters in Sussex, England, as well as at strategic global hubs.
 
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