BAE-146 Brake Assy Sale P/n AHA2332

Aerospace Support International is proud to announce the sale of AHA2332 series brake  units for the  BAE-146 aircraft.

BAE-146 brake units are becoming difficult to come by with maximum pin wear length remaining.

Owing to the hight costs of  replacement  heat packs, prices have skyrocketed.  Please contact us for all your Brake requirements.

Aerospace Support International concludes Dunlop & Goodyear tyre deal.

Aerospace Support International is proud to announce its sale of Dunlop & Goodyear Tyres for BAE-146 & Boeing 737-300 Nose & Main Wheels value  US$ 90,000.00

Aerospace Support recently concluded its sale of  Dunlop  &  Goodyear tyres Qty 90 consisting of  DR15840T (24X7.7), DR25821T (27X7.75-15) & DR11748T (39X13) and Goodyear Tyres  419K62T2 (40X14.5-19)  to a major airline operator.

Please contact us for all your Tyre needs.

BAE-146 Seat Ship Set Sale !

Aerospace Support International announces the  sale of  BAE-146 Seat Ship Set.

Aerospace Support International is proud to announce the sale of a BAE 146 Seat ship set to an up & coming commercial airline.

We have a large inventory of BAE 146 spares.

Call us for more of these and your other spares requirements  !

Aerospace Support Wins Engine Contract

ALF502Oxford Based Aerospace Firm Announces Engine Sale! To the value of US$ 200,000
Aerospace Support International is proud to announce the sale of a BAE 146 engine to an up-& coming commercial airline in one of the CIS states of the Former Soviet Republic.

Mr Nicky Jaitha President of Aerospace Support International has just concluded a major contract for the sale & supply of an aircraft engine Model ALF502R-5 used on The British Aerospace 146.

The BAE 146 is a medium-sized commercial airliner formerly manufactured in the United Kingdom by British Aerospace , later part of BAE Systems. With 387 aircraft produced, the Avro RJ/BAe 146 is the most successful British civil jet programme.

ALF502R5The BAe 146/Avro RJ is a high-wing cantilever monoplane with a T-tail. It has four turbofan jet engines mounted on pylons underneath the wings, and has retractable tricycle landing gear. The aircraft has very quiet operation, and has been marketed under the name Whisperjet. It sees wide usage at small city-based airports. In its primary role it serves as a regional jet, short-haul airliner or regional airliner.

This is the first of a few major contracts awarded to Aerospace Support International in these hard economic times.