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Saturday, December 1, 2018

GJD AeroTech is an EASA / CAA approved Part 145 Aircraft Maintenance Organisation specialising in the disassembly of aircraft and providing cost effective serviceable certified parts for direct re-entry into service or into stock. In addition GJD AeroTech provide certified short or long term parking and storage maintenance, return to service checks, AOG support, AD and Maintenance Program compliance with the ability to perform ‘A’ checks at the customers location, at a time to suit you. Our team of dedicated Licensed Engineers and qualified maintenance professionals will provide a high level, flexible, and professional service where and when required. The company commenced operations at St Athan during the Summer of 2017.
Click on the company logo above to visit their website, or their Facebook page by clicking on the logo below.

Some of the flightdecks will be restored as simulators for the South Wales Aviation Museum.

A7-ABX Airbus A300B4-622RF (554) ..arrived 2018 (flightdeck only)
Picture credit StuC   

G-CEAG Boeing 737-229 (21136) ..arrived 2018 (flightdeck only)
Boeing 737
Picture credit StuC   

G-BDXG Boeing 747-236B (21536) ..arrived 2018 (flightdeck only)
Picture credit IanG

G-BDXH Boeing 747-236B (21635) ..arrived 2018 (flightdeck only)
Picture credit IanG

G-MCKA Boeing 747-2B5BF (22482) ..arrived 2018 (flightdeck only)
Picture credit IanG
Picture credit IanG

N747KD Boeing 747-236F (22306) ..arrived 2018 (flight deck only)
Picture credit Paul Hughes

G-GDAY Robinson R22 (0676) Mounted on a trailer and used as a travelling fund raiser by the Wales Air Ambulance charity. Arrived 09/18 from Dafen, Llanelli. Departed late 11/18 back to Dafen.
G-GDAY Robinson R22 Beta C/N 0676
Picture credit Keith Morgan 

G-BHJF SOCATA TB10 Tobago (83) ..arrived by road 08/08/18 from Rochester ..restored and operated by Horizon Flight Training
Pictured at Thurrock on 25/09/13 (credit StuC)

KP208/"KG374/YS-DM" Dakota C.4 (33419/16671) ..arrived 11/05/18 by road from Colchester for a make-over ..departed 28/06/18 to Horse Guards Parade, London for temporary display before returning to Colchester
Picture credit Gary Spoors/GJD Aerotech 

EI-CMB Piper PA-28-140 Cherokee F (28-7725094) ..arrived 19/03/18 by road from Waterford ..restored, re-registered and operated by Horizon Flight Training as G-EECI 
Picture credit Gary Spoors/GJD Aerotech

ZF580 BAC Lightning F.53 (95277) ..arrived 06/02/18 from Newquay ..for restoration/repaint for the RAF Centenary ..departed c06/06/18 to Cosford for the RAF 100th Airshow
Picture credit StuC

N103CD Gulfstream G3 (418) ..arrived 30/11/17 from Bruntingthorpe be converted to an aerospace products promotions trailer
Picture credit Gary Spoors/GJD Aerotech

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