International workshop week: students product development and Aerocircular® teaming up


Re-ACT by design is the theme of an annual series of international workshop weeks for master students architecture, interior architecture, product development, heritage studies, and urbanism and spatial planning of the Faculty of Design Sciences at the University of Antwerp.

From 12 to 16 February, Aerocircular® will tutor a group of international students during this workshop week. Students will be challenged to discuss and design new destinations for aircraft parts and components beyond well-worn paths.

Aerocircular® and the Faculty of Design Sciences of the University of Antwerp have expressed the will to work together on further design challenges related to aircraft dismantling in the near future. The co-operation in Re-ACT is a first step.

More info can be found here.


Aircraft Storage Program & Parking Facilities


Regardless of the reasons for an aircraft being stored, Aerocircular® provides all the assistance to preserve any aircraft as long as required during the non-operation of the aircraft. Our effective storage program is designed to allow the operator to readily return the stored aircraft to an operational status.

The aircraft storage program and parking facilities are offered for narrow body aircraft in Phoenix Arizona U.S.A. at Mesa Gateway Airport and in Belgium at the International Airport Ostend-Bruges. Wide body aircraft can be stored at the Al Ain International Airport in Abu Dhabi U.A.E..

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