Aventure Aviation was named Middle East Parts Supplier of the Year at the Aviation Achievement Awards held at The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai on 28 February.
Established in 2013, the annual awards are organized by Creative Middle East Media, the parent company of MEA Business Aviation and MEA Finance magazines.
Amyr Qureshi, Senior Vice President of Aventure Aviation, made a special trip from the United States to accept the award on behalf of the company.
“We have served the Middle East region since Aventure was founded in 2001, and our customers here appreciate our commercial and military parts services,” Qureshi said. “We are proud to maintain a large ready-to-use inventory with complete tracking and current tags of Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier and Embraer aircraft, as well as Lockheed C-130 and F-16.”
“This award highlights and recognizes the outstanding examples of growth, innovation, resilience, teamwork and leadership that Aventure has demonstrated over the past year,” said Kenneth Mitchen, executive director and publisher of Creative Middle East Media.
“Our presence at the event reinforces Aventure’s commitment to serve the region,” said Saurabh Tripathi, Regional Director Asia, Aventure.
MRO Middle East
Aventure Aviation will be participating in MRO Middle East in Dubai on March 1-2. Less than two weeks ago, Aventure announced a substantial acquisition of seven Boeing 737NGs from WestJet, Canada’s second largest airline.
“All components removed from our teardowns are outsourced for maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) work. We have outsourced over $1.2 million in component refurbishments over the past month and a half and we have been looking for Quick turnaround stores around and competitive pricing,” added Tripathi.
Salman Basheer, Sales Manager Asia, Aventure said: “We were delighted to attend the awards ceremony and meet VIP guests, major airlines, industry professionals and key executive decision-makers. We are delighted to receive this award and look forward to our meeting at MRO Middle East , and visit our customers in the region.” — trade arab news agency