Topic: Industry Events
AvAir has reached an agreement with Sky Airline Chile to manage the carrier’s surplus inventory. The contract consists of 16,000 line items of 737 and A320.
This significant addition to AvAir’s inventory of more than five million in-stock rotable and consumable components for Boeing, Airbus and regional aircraft will help the company meet the growing needs of its rapidly expanding customer base. The arrangement also enables Sky Airline Chile to recapture capital from its excess assets.
Do you have surplus inventory you could monetize? AvAir encourages operators to contact them to learn more about the benefits of their asset management services.
Mexico City-based Aeromexico, the flag carrier airline of Mexico and one of the largest in Latin America, has chosen AvAir to manage its excess inventory. Complete 767 rotable and consumable inventory is provided under the agreement.
Aeromexico operates scheduled services to nearly 60 destinations in South, Central, and North America, Europe, Asia, and the Caribbean. It is one of the four founding members of the SkyTeam airline alliance, along with Delta Airlines, Air France, and Korean Air.
The arrangement will monetize surplus inventory for the carrier. It will also expand AvAir’s inventory of more than five million in-stock rotable and consumable components, to the benefit of its clients worldwide.
Do you have unused inventory you could be capitalizing on? AvAir encourages operators to contact them to learn more about the benefits of their asset management services.