Commercial aircraft and parts trader Jet Midwest has acquired nine business jets to establish a division dedicated to corporate aviation sales. Jet Midwest Corporate Aviation will handle full aircraft and engine sales, along with creating a spares division, the company said. The corporate aviation product line will be supported by six Gulfstream GIVs, two Falcon 900s, and a Global 5000. Inventory is now available for sale in Kansas City, Missouri.
“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. 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,” said Mike Logan, CFO of Jet Midwest.
Jet Midwest, which acquires and sells commercial aircraft, engines, and spare parts, has 300,000 rotable parts in stock supporting Boeing 767,757, 737, 777 and Airbus A320 and A330 series aircraft. Jet Midwest has acquired, disassembled, sold, and leased more than300 aircraft since 1997. The company further has a separate entity, Jet Midwest Technik, to provide MRO services, including line maintenance, engine change, structural repair, modification, aircraft storage, return to service, teardown, and interior modification including conversion to VIP.