2008

A weekly magazine, called Volkskrant Banen, by the Dutch newspaper De Volkskrant on job opportunities and careers published an article about AELS. A shorter version of the Article was also published in the daily newspaper of October 21, 2008.

AELS is supporting the Hardis Project of the Delft University of Technology with our knowledge and resources. This projects aims at developing Human Assist Robot systems for DISassembly (HARDIS) of obsolete products.

 AELS is offering 9 complete Fokker F27 aircraft, currently parked at Cologne Airport in Germany, to engineering schools all over Europe. With this project AELS supports the aviation industry in training the engineers that are desperately needed.

On the 19th and 20th of November the Aviation Industry Group is organizing a conference with the title: Aviation, the Environment & Emission Trading. The conference will be given in the Renaissance Hotel in Brussels.

AELS is proud to announce two new customers, Fokker Services B.V. and the Dutch Ministry of Defense. AELS has been rewarded a contract by Fokker Services for the dismantling of a Fokker F27 aircraft at Woensdrecht Airport the Netherlands.

 At the end-of-life of an aircraft it is not always recycled into aluminum cans. In some cases they have a second life, for example as a training aircraft for technical personnel.

AELS will be exhibiting during the ILA Berlin Air Show 2008 from May 27 until June 1. You can find us at Booth 8303, Hall 8. If you would like to meet us please drop by or make an appointment with Brijan Irion.

AELS is pleased to announce that starting from the 1st of April 2008 the company has welcomed its newest employee, Brijan Irion M.Sc. Brijan is attracted as project manager within the company to support the increasing volume of EOL projects being conducted.

The Dutch biweekly engineering newspaper "de Technologie Krant" (The Technology Newspaper) dedicated an article on AELS in the 8th issue of 2008. The newspaper is aimed to provide Dutch Engineers with cutting edge developments on all elements of technology.

On the second of April an exposition has been opened at the Witte de With, center for contemporary art in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. During a two month exposition the artist, Geoffrey Farmer, uses an aircraft interior as inspiration and source of material for his art.

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