• Bombardier Aerospace Netherlands BV signed an aerospace materials recycling contract with AELS. AELS will provide an all-in-one service for their redundant aerospace material. This means material will be recycled but also mutilated beyond economical repair to avoid bogus parts.

  • AELS started the disassembly and dismantling of an A320 aircraft for FL Technics with S/N 391. This project is executed at the base facility of AELS in Woensdrecht. Roughly 950 components will be disassembled after which AELS will dismantle the aircraft.

  • AELS has finished the disassembly and dismantling of the MD83 with S/N 49526 of Swiftair at the Madrid Barajas Airport. In a corner at the edge of air-side the landing gears were removed and the aircraft lowered on a wooden support structure constructed out of old railway sleepers.

  • AELS is currently working on a Boeing 707. This aircraft, an old NATO Trainer Cargo Aircraft (TCA), flew for the last time to Maastricht. On our YouTube channel you can see some videos of its last landing.

  • AELS opened a new warehouse this February. The expansion of the warehouse capacity means a solid growth platform for AELS to rely on. Besides double the amount of capacity, AELS also introduced a new track and trace system. The new system allows parts to be stored and found more efficient.