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April 2022 – The Newsletter of Aventure Aviation

Aventure to Attend MRO Americas 2022 in Dallas

Illustration of the neon Pegasus sign in the skyline of Dallas, Texas

The neon Pegasus, placed on Dallas' tallest building in 1934, became a beacon for airline pilots, and an iconic city symbol.

Aventure Aviation will attend MRO Americas 2022, taking place April 26–28 in Dallas, Texas. Held annually, this is the largest trade show for aerospace maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO), bringing together global airline managers, suppliers, maintenance specialists, and security experts.

During the pandemic, Aventure outsourced over $7M USD in component repairs to MRO shops. This amount is expected to rise significantly due to the increasing number of flights globally, and Aventure's plans to purchase more aircraft.

In the past few years, Aventure acquired eight Boeing 737NGs and three 757s, with more acquisitions currently in the works.

Aventure's sales team is eager to meet with MRO reps in Dallas. Attending on the commercial side will be Ebrahim Zakaria, business development director, Andrew Crombie, sales director, and Kevin Lang, director of strategic accounts. Aventure's operations manager Mike Black will represent the military side.

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Once Again, Aventure Travels Globe to Meet Customers

A man with carry-on baggage inside an airport  looks out a huge glass window to see a commercial airliner take off among a blue sky with beautiful clouds

After a long hiatus due to the pandemic, Aventure is once again reguarly traveling the world and meeting customers at industry trade shows.

One recent conference was the Aeroxchange conference, which took place February 28–March 3 in Rancho Palos Verdes, California. The annual event brings together buyers and sellers to strengthen supply chain collaboration. Another show was PBExpo, which focuses on technology for the aviation marketplace. It was held March 3-4 in Miami Beach, Florida.

"Attending shows really help us focus on the needs of our customers by seeing them face-to-face," said sales director Andrew Crombie. "We are looking forward to attending more events, and making up for lost time," he added.

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Inaugural World Defense Show Attended by Aventure

Six fightere jets in formation fly upwards towards the sun

Aventure Aviation attended the inaugural World Defense Show, which took place March 6-9, in Saudi Arabia's capital, Riyadh.

The event is focused on military interoperability across air, land, sea, security and satellite defense systems. The event will be held biennially in Riyadh.

"The networking opportunities were tremendous due to the large presence of international exhibitors and attendees," said Ron Taylo, Aventure's operations manager for military sales.

The exhibitions featured nearly 600 companies representing over 40 countries. There were comprehensive and interactive displays of integrated defense technology solutions, alongside conferences and education seminars.

Aventure Goes the Distance at
Atlanta Hunger Walk

Aventure Aviation's Chelsea Griffin and Lyly Cao at the start of the hunger walk in Atlanta, Georgia.

Aventure's Chelsea Griffin and Lyly Cao at the start of the hunger walk.

The Atlanta Community Food Bank hosted its annual Hunger Walk Run 5k in Aventure's hometown of Atlanta Georgia on March 6. It started at the "Home Depot Backyard," a 13-acre area around the Mercedes-Benz Stadium that features arts, entertainment and cultural experiences.

Aventure Office Manager Chelsea Griffin and Government Sales Manager Lyly Cao participated in person, while other team members participated in a virtual option. This year's event raised over $550,000 for six local hunger relief organizations.

The route went by some of Atlanta's most famous locations, including the Mercedes Benz Stadium, the Georgia Aquarium, and the World of Coca-Cola.

"It was really fun, and a great opportunity to give back to our local community," said Lyly.

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

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Part Featured

Part No:2206400-2 | Serial No: 2246
Description: Air Cycle Machine
Tag: Hartford, 3/24/2022
Condition: Serviceable

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Upcoming Events

MRO Americas attending
April 26–28, 2022 | Dallas, Texas

Bailey Hutchison Convention Center

Farnborough International Airshow 2022 attending
July 18–22, 2022 | Hampshire, United Kingdom
Farnborough Airport

Purchasing Conference (ACPC) attending
August 27–30, 2022 | San Diego, California
Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina

History this monthApril 28, 1948 — The first non-stop Paris to New York flight is made by an Air France sleeper Lockheed Constellation. The journey from Orly airport, near Paris, takes 16 hours, 1 minute.

April 6, 1967 — Trans World Airlines (TWA) becomes the first American airline to have a fleet composed entirely of jet aircraft.

Quote of the monthThe simple fact is that nobody ever learned anything by listening to themselves speak."

— Richard Branson : Entrepreneur

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Aventure proudly supports:

Logo: Real Life Center – Real help. Real hope   Logo: Midwest Foodbank
Logo: World Trade Center Atlanta

We proudly distribute products from:

Logo: Fastener Dimensions   Logo: The Protective Group

USPAACC Certified Asian American Business  

Aventure Aviation is a certified Asian American and Minority owned business by the US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce Education Foundation.

Certified NMSDC MBE  

Aventure Aviation is a certified Minority Business Enterprise by the National Minority Supplier Development Council.

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