C&L Aviation Group Completes Teardown of ATR 42 Aircraft
C&L Aerospace, a C&L Aviation Group company, purchases an ATR 42-320 which is currently being disassembled to make parts available for sale or exchange around the globe. This is the seventh recent ATR purchase for teardown made by C&L.
Parts from this aircraft (MSN 0284) will join the more than 132,000 other ATR line items in C&L’s strategically located warehouses across the globe. Notable highlights from this teardown include propellers, wheels, brakes, ATR 42 flight controls and leading edges. These items will shortly be for lease, exchange or sale.
“C&L has been pushing hard and making large investments in the ATR business for a few years now,” says Warrick Hood, senior vice president at C&L Aerospace. “We support operators all over the globe, from radome to tailcone, covering a wide portfolio of rotables, consumables, expendables and insurables."
C&L has employed Warrick Hood to oversee the ATR program.
Like all of C&L’s inventory, these parts will be thoroughly inspected and processed through C&L’s repair/overhaul department before going through a detailed cataloging process that makes purchases faster, easier and more transparent for the customer. Each part, along with its documentation, is photographed and barcoded into an electronic location system, which allows it to be sent as a viewable link on all customer quotes.