Youngest Airbus A319 acquired for teardown 

TDA writes history with the acquisition of the youngest Airbus A319 for teardown ever: MSN 4268, manufactured in 2010.The high-quality parts we will remove from this ex-Germania Airbus shall be shipped to our well-known strategic hubs around the world for exchange and sales purposes.

 Record-breaking projects

After breaking records in 2016 (youngest A320 for teardown: MSN 2137) and the summer of 2019 (youngest set of A319s for teardown: MSN 3533 & MSN 3560), we’ve raised the bar once more with this nine-year-old Airbus.

Our strategy of focussing on young teardown potentials for disassembly reflects what TDA stands for; we are specialists in aircraft acquisitions for part-out, and we are one of the world’s largest stockists of narrow-body aircraft parts.

 High demand, short supply

These teardown projects enable us to react to the shortage on the market regarding parts for the Airbus A320 family. Many of these airplanes are still up and running (or flying, for that matter), which results in a relatively minimal amount of disassembled Airbus A320s. This also means that the amount of available spare parts can’t live up to the high demand. We are aiming to respond to this demand with the disassembly of this and our other A319s, which assures a reliable pipeline of A320 family material.

Many aircraft are currently under evaluation for acquisition; we are continuously sourcing for potential new teardown projects.

With the parts that we harvest from this young Airbus, we can yet again extend our supply chain with a wide range of assets to airlines who operate younger planes as well. We are able to offer our customers high-quality parts that are usually scarcely available on the parts suppliers market.

 Parts Enquiry and special requirements

It’s currently possible to place requests for special parts such as cut-off cockpits (for flight simulation purposes), complete fuselages (suitable for training and educational purposes), and more.

Feel free to contact our sales teams for all your enquiries.

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 Up next

We will continue to focus on narrow-body aircraft and therefore would like to reveal our next exciting teardown projects in the upcoming months.

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