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.
In an ongoing initiative to serve more clients world-wide, AvAir announced that the company is participating in two international aviation conferences this spring.
The 20th annual MRO Americas Conference & Exhibition takes place from April 14-16, 2015 at the Miami Beach Convention Center in Miami, FL. It will explore the future of aviation and defense maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) through a series of drill-down discussions. As a leader in the aviation aftermarket, AvAir is bringing a team to their booth (Pavilion Location / Booth Number) to discuss face-to-face with industry professionals the ways in which AvAir is addressing developments in core business initiatives.
Building on their sponsorship and exhibitor role at MRO Americas in their hometown of Phoenix this past spring, AvAir is expanding their international profile as a sponsor and exhibitor (booth number 1702) at MRO Europe, held at IFEMA in Madrid from October 7th – 9th, 2014.
With the European market showing healthy recovery signs, growth is again on the horizon. Having already supported a similar rebounding economy in the U.S., AvAir is in a strong position to engage European airlines with contractual support and distribution agreements that allow the airlines to capitalize on the latest trends in maintenance and inventory strategies.
In addition, AvAir’s vast capital expansion is driving their aggressive approach to aircraft acquisition, which in turn is opening up new levels of opportunities for their clients—whether a client wants to maximize their return on existing aircraft (including end-of-life-cycle assets) or is looking to gain tax advantages by participating in AvAir’s trusted sell and lease back program.
“Out of the six tracks offered in the conference breakout sessions,” begins AvAir President Mike Bianco, “fully half of these tracks have a direct correlation with the products and services AvAir offers—Supply Chain & Logistics, Financing & Leasing, and Engineering & Maintenance. We get into high level discussions with airline execs on these topics every day because successful execution in these areas is critical to airline profitability. MRO Europe offers a unique opportunity for engagement and we are excited to be there and talk to folks face-to-face.”
With 1600 clients in 60 countries worldwide, and offices in the U.S. Mexico, Russia, and Brazil, AvAir’s clients benefit with a global perspective on the aviation aftermarket while enjoying customized solutions to their specific needs.
As a sponsor of the recent 102nd CCMA Conference (Aeronautical Materials Buyers Committee) held by the Latin American and Caribbean Air Transport Association (ALTA), AvAir reached out to more than 40 airlines from Latin America and the Caribbean in this successful four-day event.