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UAE's Leading Aircraft Recycler


Licensed and Approved at Fujairah and Ras Al-Khaimah International Airports

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UAE's Leading Aircraft Recycler


Licensed and Approved at Fujairah and Ras Al-Khaimah International Airports

Contact

 

Falcon aircraft recycling

Established in 2013, Falcon Aircraft Recycling is the first of its kind in the United Arab Emirates. 

We have established dedicated aircraft Recycling Centre at Fujairah and Ras Al Khaimah International Airports. Working closely with Airport Management and Civil Aviation departments to solve the problem of long term parked aircraft. Falcon is, at the same time, progressing the long term vision to see the United Arab Emirates as a leader in Civil Aviation Commercial Operations. Being able to provide an efficient and cost effective end-of-life solution for aircraft. Responsible airlines, fleet managers, leasing companies, and banks are now maximising returns on their assets and investments whilst addressing their Corporate responsibility towards our environment with Falcon Aircraft Recycling. 

'Aircraft recycling, believe in it and you'll go FAR'
 
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The Issue of long term parked aircraft


Here’s the problem, Falcons the Solution

 

The Issue of long term parked aircraft


Here’s the problem, Falcons the Solution

 

Who is Falcon Aircraft Recycling?

At the 2012 Dubai MRO show, Fujairah international Airport and Falcon Aircraft Recycling signed a Memorandum of Understanding to establish and develop a dedicated Aircraft Recycling Centre at Fujairah. 

It was to be the first of its kind to be established within the UAE, recognised as the 21st century 'cross roads' of aviation and the Middle East.

The business is based on environmentally conscious principles and covers the entire process in the complete dismantling of commercial aircraft. A process consisting of three main steps. First, decommissioning , including cleaning, draining tanks and various safety procedures. Disassembling forms the second step, equipment and parts removal from the body of the aircraft. The final step is deconstruction of the aircraft. Entirely stripped, the aircraft is disposed through regulatory recycling or specialised recycling techniques, leaving a clear, traceable waste stream with minimum content disposed of through landfill. 

 Highest possible yield rates and the lowest possible residue to landfill form one of the main objectives of Falcon. With all works undertaken in accordance with relevant standards and under the auspices of our integrated management system (IMS) conforming to the international standard set out in PAS99.

With our partners and customers, we envision several flexible commercial arrangements, enabling us to tailer our proposals to match the strategic objectives in terms of management of the assets end-of-life scenario. A prevalent situation when aircraft are retired from service on ever shorter and shorter time lines. 

As registered members of the Boeing initiative, and the Aircraft Fleet Recycling Association (AFRA) working alongside Fujairah and Ras Al Khaimah Municipalities and the Department of Environment (EPDD/EPDA), Departments of Civil Aviation (DCA), General Commercial Aviation Authority (GCAA), and the Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR), ensures we are able to provide efficient, cost effective end-of-life answers that responsible airlines, fleet managers, leasing companies and banks are now utilising.