Component lease

Extensive Inventory, Unmatched Reliability!

With an extensive inventory in hand, GFA is well equipped for leasing of parts and renting of tools which can be made available immediately for world wide shipment. Components can be saved of the costly depreciation by reducing the downtime through sustained availability and quick turn times ensuring smooth functioning of business.
  • 3 Mn+
    Aircraft Parts Deliver
  • 500+
    Aircraft Spares Vendors
  • 250+
    Airline Customers
  • 50+
    Repair Stations

Features and Benefits:

You can easily access specific aircraft parts or components without jumping into the duty and high expense of owning and keeping a full aircraft. This top-notch flexibility is especially beneficial for airlines.
Cost Savings
This will be stunningly cost-effective, as operators are capable of avoiding the ongoing maintenance expenses and upfront purchase costs linked with grabbing the full aircraft.
Maintenance Support
Lessors offer maintenance services, replacements, and repairs for the leased components and other aircraft parts, promising that the lessee has instant access to good and highly reliable parts.
Downtime Reduction
Operators reduce aircraft downtime at the time of maintenance, repair, or replacement tasks. This is necessary for airlines planning to maintain flight schedules and minimize disruptions.
Upgrades and Innovation
Instead of being confined to the potential of their existing fleet, airlines can take advantage of technological advances and upgrades by aviation leasing newer components.
Risk Mitigation
Lessors often take on some of the risks of component ownership, such as regulatory compliance, obsolescence, and unexpected part failures. This enables operators to set their sights on their core business.

Frequently asked questions

Airlines go to the leasing of aircraft parts to minimize the upfront costs, make better cash flow, and grab the best-quality components or aircraft parts without jumping to large investments. It also permits airlines to concentrate on their major functions.
Components or aviation parts like APU (auxiliary power unit), engines, avionics, landing gear, and several other critical systems are mostly leased to support airline maintenance requirements.
The maintenance suppliers or airlines enter into lease agreements with lessors or such aircraft leasing companies, specifying the aircraft parts or components required and the lease duration. The lessor offers the components, and the lessee pays periodic leasing fees.
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