AELS is conducting a total end-of-life solution on three Boeing 737-300s in Mexico City. All components that can be re-used on other aircraft will be removed, hazardous materials will be removed and disposed of properly and finally all three aircraft will be dismantled and recycled.
AELS is disassembling and dismantling an Airbus A310-300 aircraft for EADS EFW in Dresden, Germany.The aircraft is owned by EADS EFW and has serial number 654. It used to be operated as a passenger aircraft in Asia.
AELS was contracted to execute a Total End-of-Life Solution on a Boeing 747-200 Freighter by Kellstrom Industries. The ex-Cargo B aircraft was disassembled in Belgium at Brussels, Zaventem.
When aircraft parts aren't suitable for use anymore they sometimes have an alternative use. AELS likes to help people acquire aircraft parts for unusual applications.
AELS founder Derk-Jan van Heerden and TU Delft professor Ricky Curran wrote a chapter in the Encyclopedia of Aerospace Engineering, published by John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. The chapter is titled Value Extraction from End-of-life Aircraft.