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Every year, jet engine maintenance results in a significant monetary and environmental cost for the industry. FTAI and AAR’s new initiative highlights the environmental benefits of recycling serviceable engine material and affords customers a path to reduce their overall carbon footprint.
FTAI and AAR will together contribute a percentage of all used serviceable material (USM) sales from the CFM56-5B and -7B partnership to purchase verified carbon offsets and grant them to the purchasing customers. The contributed offsets will meet international standards, namely the ‘Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation’ (CORSIA).
“The new initiative with AAR reflects our commitment to a sustainable future for the aviation industry. We know there is a positive environmental impact from recycling engine material, and we want our customers to experience the benefit of that impact. One of our goals is to remain at the forefront of sustainable solutions in the aftermarket,” said
“We are proud to announce that AAR and FTAI teamed up to provide CFM56-5B and -7B customers with carbon offsets for all USM purchases through this partnership,” said
For more information on our initiative, download AAR’s supplemental report at:
And visit our FTAI Aviation Sustainability website.
AAR is a global aerospace and defense aftermarket solutions company with operations in over 20 countries. Headquartered in the
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Source: Fortress Transportation and Infrastructure Investors LLC