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Salvage Sale

We are pleased to offer on sale salvaged aircraft and parts. Most of these have been involved in incidents resulting in damage which has been subject to an insurance claim. We act as agents to the interested parties and do not take ownership of aircraft at any time.

 

Below you will find the information of the current sales. For your convenience, we present the information in a PDF which can be downloaded for you to review. Note that bid closing time is 23:45 hours central time on the specified date.

 

If you have inquiries or require information about a particular salvage listed, please  send an e-mail with the claim number on the subject to the contact stated for that particular aircraft.

 

If you want to make a bid, please use the form at the end of the page; or send an e-mail with the claim number on the subject to salvage@aav.global.

 

Please remember to include your contact information (name, company, phone or mobile number) in your e-mail, so we can answer your inquiries promptly and award any salvage.

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Boeing B767, left winglet

Claim                                                          Offers will be received until  

20369                                                          until it is sold

Salvage

Boeing B767, left winglet

Location

Viru Viru International Airport, Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia

Being offered

As is where is

Contact Information

yolandagodinez@aav.global

 

Accident Circumstances

On 17th April 2018, a Boeing B767, was towed from the cargo parking area, to the general aviation apron. During the maneuver, the operator reports that he noticed that another B767 was parked too close and that, if he continued the manoeuvre, he would hit the other aircraft; therefore, he decided to stop the towing in order to coordinate with the maintenance personnel a push back manoeuvre. He stopped the towing and got off the tractor to instruct a mechanic to put on the brakes, and his wingman to place the chocks. The wingman failed to position the chocks correctly and, as there is a small slope on the ramp, the aircraft moved forward two meters, sufficient for the left-wing winglet to collide with the left rudder.

 

Damage

 

As a result of the accident, one of the boeing B767, was left with damage on its left winglet: loss of honeycomb material and damage to the carbon fibre.

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RPA S-4“Ehécatl”

Claim                                                          Offers will be received until  

20671                                                          until it is sold

Salvage

RPA S-4“Ehécatl”

Location

Zapopan, Jalisco, Mexico

Being offered

As is where is

Contact Information

Pablo Bañuelos (pablobanuelos@aav.global)

Aircraft Details

Hydra Technologies S-4 "Ehécatl" Remotely Piloted Aircraft, Serial number 29

Accident Circumstances

On 22nd April 2020, during a training and systems verification flight, the pilot-operator incorrectly increased the angle of attack of the drone without applying enough power; therefore, the wing lost lift and stalled. The aircraft spun out-of-control into the ground

Damage

The airframe, undercarriage, propellers, fuel tank, antennas, electrical wiring, cargo bay, camera bay, and antennas are junk. Both motors need repair. GPS, INS and Datalink systems must be inspected. The surveillance camera (Tigre II) was not installed on the aircraft when it crashed.

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