Henderson Jet Services (HJS) will launch its Aftermarket Aircraft Parts Program (AAPP) in 2022, a parts pool purchasing program unique to the industry. Scheduled to launch in the first quarter of 2022, the AAPP program will be an on-demand platform for operators to receive critical high-failure aircraft components."The AAPP platform will include a roaster of tailored parts for operators pursuing inventory consistency and long-range budget planning for their aircraft maintenance cost of ownership," said Scott Lawson, Henderson Jet Services Director of Operators. The program will also include fixed pricing, parts customization, exchange options, one-year warranty, and cost-per-flight hour billing.The AAPP program will roll out initially with the Global Express and Challenger 300 model aircraft but will be offered in tandem with each future aircraft HJS acquires."We know that lowered cost of aircraft ownership is a huge concern," noted Lawson. "The AAPP program's foundation is to mitigate the guesswork associated with parts costs and access."