Air International 2016-11
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Aircraft storage and maintenance are the principal day-to-day activities undertaken at Teruel, but from the end of 2016 recycling will be added to them.
Aircraft storage and maintenance are the principal day-to-day activities undertaken at Teruel, but from the end of 2016 recycling will be added to them.
In 2014, the Russian airline UTAir reduced in size. A large part of its fleet was stored at Teruel. Many aircraft have gone on to fly with other companies, including Bombardier CRJ200LR VJ-BGQ (c/n 7200), which is now with the Avimax Group as N718AV.
An aerial view of the aircraft parking area. In the lower part is the aircraft refuelling area - this service is currently provided by BP Oil Espana and is able to supply Jet A1, avgas and unleaded gasoline.
The end of 2015 saw the parking area fill up with the arrival of around 20 aircraft at Teruel belonging to the defunct Russian airline Transaero.
Aircraft storage and maintenance are the principal day-to-day activities undertaken at Teruel, but from the end of 2016 recycling will be added to them.
An aerial view of the aircraft parking area. In the lower part is the aircraft refuelling area - this service is currently provided by BP Oil Espana and is able to supply Jet A1, avgas and unleaded gasoline.
In 2005, the EU started the project PAMELA with the objective of managing the recycling of aircraft. There has been an increase in the recycling by weight of an aircraft from 55% to the current 85%. Tarmac Aerosave is the first European company to develop this activity at its facilities in Teruel and Tarbes in France.