Aero Controls Inc. announces that it has acquired a 737-900, MSN 29987 to disassemble for part sales.
Aero Controls has officially been approved as a cylinder requalification facility under Section 107.805 of Title 49 Code of Federal Regulations (49 CFR), through the “hydrostatic” test method.
Aero Controls has begun the dismantling of an ex-Aruba Airlines A320 (MSN 582) on-site in Goodyear, AZ for spare parts. This will be Aero Controls’ 4th teardown in the last […]
Aero Controls has begun the dismantling of an ex-United Airlines 747-400 (serial number 34281) on-site in Victorville, CA for spare parts. This will be Aero Controls’ 3rd 747 teardown in […]
Aero Controls has signed a long term repairs management and material provisioning agreement with Cargo Air, a Bulgarian airline dedicated to operating cargo flights for companies such as DHL/EAT, UPS […]
Aero Controls welcomes Steve Richardson as their new Chief Financial Officer who will be responsible for financial strategies to support the company’s objectives and maintain the organizations strong financial health. […]
Aero Controls has begun the dismantling of an ex-GOL Airlines B737-700 (serial number 30242) on-site in Marana, Arizona for spare parts. The majority of the material will be sent through […]