August 17, 2016
Werner Aero Services announced today that it has acquired another B737NG aircraft, MSN33880, powered by CFM56-7B engines. Three months ago it took possession of the aircraft’s sister ship, B737NG msn 33879. These nine years old aircrafts were last operated by ANA airlines in Japan. MSN33880 has begun its disassembly process and components will become available shortly to support Werner Aero Services’ global clients. The CFM56-7B engines are available for immediate sale or lease.
“We are looking forward to this acquisition and increasing our supply of B737NG components to better support our growing list of customers. We are committed to the narrow body market and always look for way to opportunities to provide quality products and outstanding service to our clients,” said Mike Cazaz, CEO of Werner Aero Services.
About Werner Aero Services: Werner Aero Services, widely regarded for its high quality and customer care, is a leader in the aviation industry providing asset management and logistical solutions to airlines worldwide. With offices around the world, it is known for its innovative and total global transportation solutions specializing in supplying jet engines, rotable pooling and repair management. Werner is an ISO 9001 company and FAA AC0056B approved supplier.
For further details, please contact: Brenda Ruditzky at Bruditzky@werneraero.com