NORTH AMERICAN AEROSPACE INDUSTRIES CORPORATION
“Taking Aircraft Recycling to New Heights”
- Recycling and Up-cycling 100% of Entire Aircrafts
- Comprehensive Services from North America’s Largest Aircraft Recycling Facility
- Delivering Greater Value to Aircraft Owners, Operators and the Entire Supply Chain
- Advancing Higher Economic, Environmental and Social Values
North American Aerospace Industries Corporation is a leading provider of sustainable, end-to-end aircraft recycling solutions. The company is committed to operating a next generation aircraft recycling business focused on recycling an entire retired aircraft with its components and materials given a second life in aviation or other appropriate applications. High-value components like engines, landing gear, avionics, electronics and other parts are overhauled, tested and recertified so they can be repurposed back into aviation. Materials, including aluminum, copper, and various alloys, are processed in North American Aerospace Industries’ state-of-the-art recycling facilities and returned to the raw material supply chain. Other interior components such as seating, overhead bins, cabinets and walls are responsibly recycled to meet critical economic and social needs.
We are Building a State-of-the-Art Aircraft Recycling Facility
The company is currently building what will be North America’s largest aircraft recycling facility to be located in Kinston, North Carolina’s Global TransPark. There, decommissioned commercial and military aircraft will be recycled using North American Aerospace Industries’ proprietary technology and processes enabling many more aircraft to be recycled much faster than the industry norm.
Featured in the planned North American Aerospace Industries aircraft recycling facilities will be one of the largest hangar systems in the world. This three-part hangar system will be comprised of a 357,000 square foot aircraft disassembling shop, a 151,800 square foot MRO facility and a 102,000 square foot paint shop for both narrow body and wide body aircraft.
Partnering with Higher Education to Drive Sustainable Aircraft Recycling
To further drive its sustainable aircraft recycling business model, North American Aerospace Industries is working closely with universities and technical institutions to develop new technologies that facilitate the total recycling and up-cycling of all materials.
Addressing the Increase in Retired Aircraft
Flight Global estimates that 17,000 aircraft will be decommissioned by 2030. This number is increasing with airlines retiring older aircraft earlier than planned due to COVID-19. Cirium, an aviation data analytics company, projects 3,000 aircraft will be retired by the end of 2024. Parking aircraft for a long time is costly and poses environmental hazards.
North American Aerospace Industries Corporation is helping to address the industry’s increasing number of end of life aircraft. We are offering a faster, more efficient recycling process that substantially reduces potential risks to the environment, while presenting significant financial benefits to aircraft owners.