Jet Midwest launches parts line for corporate aviation

June 05, 2018
Written by Wings Staff
Jet Midwest, a global aviation parts provider based in Kansas City, Missouri, has launched a Corporate Aviation line with an inventory of six Gulfstream G-IVs, two Falcon 900s and a Global 5000 business jet. Jet Midwest acquired these nine business jets in May 2018 to establish the division.

“In the last 20 years, Jet Midwest has continued to grow in the industry and has landed the lead position in the dismantlement of commercial jets, including Boeing, Airbus and Fokker aircraft,” said Mike Logan, CFO of Jet Midwest. “As a result, the company has developed a strong business structure that can effectively manage the new corporate aviation product line and establish a business unit dedicated to the acquisition, sales and services of the product line.”

Inventory from the G-IV, Falcon 900 and Global 5000 jets are available for sale now in Kansas City. “The Jet Midwest team is optimistic about the opportunities this new product line provides,” added Logan.

Jet Midwest was founded in 1997 as an aircraft parts supplier and now has more than 500,000 feet of warehouse space and with 300,000 rotable parts in stock supporting Boeing 767, 757, 737, 777, and Airbus A320 and A330 series aircraft.

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