FORT LAUDERDALEThe American Aerospace company GA Telesis announces it has completed the disassembly of three All Nippon Airways (ANA) Boeing 777-200 airframes and associated APUs.

Along with multiple others scheduled for 2021, these disassemblies compliment GAT’s already well-known position as the world’s leading independent supplier of Boeing 777 used serviceable material (USM). GAT will strategically position the USM at its Asia Pacific distribution center and its other global distribution centers in Europe and the Americas to support its airline customers.

GAT has disassembled over 400 commercial aircraft with the airframe inventory supporting their SNAP, iGEAR, and ACCESS programs, as well as fulfilling day-to-day sales requirements. And now, with the ramp-up of its APU inventory program, the GTCP331-500 APU teardowns will support multiple airlines and MRO requirements worldwide.

“GA Telesis has a long history of collaboration with ANA, and we are pleased to close this latest transaction which will support not only our shareholder but the entire global Flight Solutions Group (“FSG”) customer base," noted Alex Tuttle, Chief Operating Officer of the Component Solutions Group (“CSG”). "We look forward to continuing building on our ANA relationship with significant additional commitments in the near future," added Tuttle.

In response to COVID-19 and a projected 510 billion yen ($4.87 billion USD) loss for the fiscal year, All Nippon Airways All Nippon Airways retired 22 Boeing 777 family aircraft in 2020.