UAM disassembles A340 in France

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Source: Flightglobal.com
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Universal Asset Management (UAM) will part out an Airbus A340-300, previously operated by Virgin Atlantic.

The disassembly, as well as the sale of material from this aircraft, will be managed from UAM's Paris office.

The aircraft, MSN 003, is a 1993-vintage aircraft equipped with CFM56-5C2 engines. It was initially operated by Virgin Atlantic Airways and acquired in 2007 by GMT Global Republic Aviation. The aircraft was sold to GECAS Asset Management Services last year.

UAM will also disassemble ex-Malaysian Airlines A330-300 (073) in its Tupelo, Mississippi disassembly facility. The 1995-build A330 is part of a three-aircraft package acquired last month by Deucalion Capital II A330 Parts.