News

  • The daily Dutch newspaper "Het Financieele Dagblad" (The Financial Daily) interviewed Derk-Jan van Heerden, founder of AELS, about AELS, the market and entrepreneuring in general.

  • AELS finished another project succesfully. During the spring of 2010 AELS provided a total end-of-life solution for a BAe 146-200QT of TNT Airways. The solution included component management, disassembly and dismantling.

  • During the AFRA 2010 Annual Meeting, Derk-Jan van Heerden, General Manager of AELS, was elected to the the AFRA board of directors, in a members' confidential ballot.

  • AELS disassembled and dismantled a Boeing 737-300 for Germania. The project was executed in cooperation with Fokker Aircraft Services at Woensdrecht Airport in the Netherlands. Several components were removed for Germania and are used to support Germania's still flying fleet.

  • AELS finished a special project for the University of Glamorgan. AELS  disassembled, transported and re-assembled a Jetstream J31 from Eindhoven airport to Pontypridd in South Wales. Read more here.

  • The magazine AviTrader MRO, a monthly magazine of AviTrader, published an article on AELS. The title of the Airticle is: "Farewell, good and faithful servants".

  • On the 4th of December the most luxurious aircraft hotel of the world will open in the Netherlands. The hotel suite is built in an Ilyusin IL-18 aircraft and located at Teuge Airport. The single room hotel has all luxury one can wish, such as a sauna and jacuzzi.

  • AELS will be exhibiting at the 2009 Paris Air Show. The show will take place from June 15 until June 21 at Airport Le Bourget, Paris, France. You can find us in Hall 2B Stand G57 as part of the Dutch Pavilion.

  •  As of today AELS is offering the aviation industry an environmentally friendly solution for aircraft components. This new service is offered in cooperation with Recylux near Maastricht Aachen Airport.

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