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MEMPHISUniversal Asset Management, Inc. (UAM) has announced that it has taken delivery of its first Boeing 777-300ER airframe, MSN 35165, for disassembly. This 2008-vintage airframe was previously operated by Jet Airways and will be disassembled at UAM’s Aircraft Disassembly Center in Tupelo, Memphis.


UAM has a long and successful history in Boeing 777 disassemblies and component trading having disassembled the first-ever Boeing 777, MSN 27109, in 2006 which was previously operated by Varig Brazil.

Sean O’Connor, Vice President of Aircraft Trading at UAM, commented,

“UAM has a very strong and growing customer base for Boeing wide-body aircraft. With this airframe, we are strategically well-positioned to support all 777 operators worldwide, especially those who operate the -300ER and -200LR platforms.”#
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