New teardown project

TDA has secured an additional A320 aircraft for part-out, MSN574 (an A320-200) is currently being disassembled by eCube in Castellón, Spain. It’s the 12th A320 aircraft to be added to the teardown portfolio of TDA. With this project, we extend our support to the narrow-body USM market.

Airframe Details

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Total Lifespan

  • Hours | 56848
  • Cycels | 41466 
  • Avg. Flight time | 1.37 Hrs

Currently in disassembly

The disassembly process is almost completed. All vital components have been removed and are currently on their way to our warehouses all around the world.

The aircraft comes with some interesting items. MSN574 is equipped with a relatively new rudder and a sliding window. These were replaced in 2017 with the C-Check. The airframe also contains a cargo rail system floor, for moving containers to the front and the back of the hold.

The majority of the parts will ship to our Amsterdam warehouse, from where we shall serve the USM market.

Special thanks for the photos to:

  • Ecube Spain

Did you know?

  this aircraft HAS A NAME?

Like all Swiss aircraft, the A320 has a name. The aircraft is named after the Dübendorf municipality. Dübendorf is a municipality in the district of Uster in the canton of Zürich in Switzerland. It is a suburb of Zürich in Switzerland with a population of about 30,000 (2021). It is the fourth largest city in the canton, after Zürich, Winterthur, and Uster.


For a brief moment in history, the aircraft was leased out to Turkish Airlines for holiday flights. The aircraft was taken up in the summer of 2004 and flew with THY until 2007. Back then, the aircraft was named Mersin. A maritime city on the south coast of the country.

| Parts enquiry and special requirements

Since we are amid teardown, 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. All components harvested from this aircraft will be tagged as soon as possible for end-use purposes.

Contact our sales team for all your enquiries

 Up next

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

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