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May 2021 – The Newsletter of Aventure Aviation

Aventure Prepares for Pent-up Air Travel Demand as Pandemic Wanes

The history of aviation has shown that setbacks due to events not connected with travel always bounce back with greater thrust.

The past year has reconfirmed aviation is an integral part of global transportation. While passenger traffic was down, time-sensitive air freight helped fill this role. With concerns about quarantines and vaccinations now receding, there is pent-up demand for air travel from vacation seekers that will bolster global demand.

As it happens in every crisis, the aviation industry has continued to evolve, innovate, and improve services. This scenario will lead to new airlines entering the market.

Before COVID-19, many airlines grew their fleet by acquiring newer aircraft, while postponing retirements to accommodate passenger growth. The current downturn is likely to lead to the replacement of many older airplanes, and Aventure Aviation is planning to acquire more Airbus, Boeing, Embraer, and Bombardier aircraft for harvesting in-demand parts, and refurbishing them for customers.

During the past months, Aventure has doubled-down on such opportunities, forming alliances and synergies. A significantly increased commercial and military aircraft parts inventory is ready to serve their customers. Contact Aventure to discuss opportunities.

Aventure Honors Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

In honor of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, Aventure would like to draw attention to Hazel Ying Lee, the first Chinese American woman to fly for the U.S. military when she joined the Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASP) in 1944. One of America's first female pilots, she flew the P-63 Kingcobra and the P-51 Mustang fighter aircraft.

Lee was born in Portland, Oregon to first-generation Chinese Americans. She was determined to learn to fly after taking her first ride at an air show. She joined the Chinese Flying Club of Portland in October 1932.

After entering World War II, the U.S. realized there were not enough male pilots to sustain the war effort at home, so the WASP program was created. After joining, Lee became the first Chinese American woman to fly for the U.S. military. She was assigned to fly newly manufactured aircraft across the country, to be delivered to the European and Pacific War fronts.

Lee died during an aircraft collision while flying a P-63 from the Bell Aircraft factory at Niagara Falls, New York, destined for Soviet allies fighting the Nazis.

Though operating under military command, WASPs were classified as civilians and received no military benefits. They were given veteran status in 1977 and the Congressional Gold Medal in 2010.

Aventure Aviation is looking for retired Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier, and Embraer end-of-life airframes – with or without engines. Contact

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History this month

Joey Sessoms portrait photo Joey Sessoms is a warehouse assistant at Aventure, bringing 30 years of aviation industry experience. He is responsible for shipping and receiving aircraft parts, as well as inspecting and processing sales orders. Joey is a proud husband and father of a son currently serving in the US military. He has traveled throughout Europe and plans to visit Asia in the future.

In the News

Aventure was featured in Aerospace & Defense Consulting
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Featured Part

Description: Angle of attack sensor
Tag: Icon, March 2021
Condition: Serviceable | PN: 0861FL1

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Upcoming Evernts

Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month 2021
U.S. Small Business Administration
May 27, 2021 | virtual panel discussion

Show Your Ride for the Ribbons
Fundraiser for National Cancer Month
June 5, 2021 | Ironshield Brewing
Lawrenceville, Georgia, USA

Air Carriers Purchasing Conference (ACPC)
September 11–14, 2021 | Atlanta Marriott Marquis
Atlanta, Georgia, USA

History this month

May 14, 1908 – Charles W. Furnas of Dayton, Ohio, became the first passenger to fly in an airplane. He accompanied Wilbur Wright on a 28 second flight that covered 600 meters at Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina, USA.

Quote of the monthI have often said that the lure of flying is the lure of beauty.

— Amelia Earhart

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