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June 2022 – The Newsletter of Aventure Aviation

Aventure Shares 'Going Global' Insight During World Trade Month

Illustration of airplane and shipping containers over map of globe

Starting in 1938, the United States has recognized May as World Trade Month. This is an opportunity to celebrate the importance of international trade to the U.S. economy and encourage businesses to begin or expand their export efforts.

The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Office of International Trade marked the event by inviting business owners, entrepreneurs, and lenders to a mix of in-person, virtual and hybrid events throughout the entire month.

Aventure Aviation CEO Zaheer Faruqi described Aventure's experiences in going global during the webinar Surviving and Thriving in Challenging Times: Celebrating U.S. Small Businesses in the Global Marketplace, which took place May 26.

Aventure Attends Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce Conference

Graphic that says "Synergy Forward CelebrASIAN 2022 Business + Procurement Conference"

Aventure attended the U.S. Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce (USPAACC) "CelebrASIAN Business + Procurement Conference 2022" held May 2527 in Washington, DC.

USPAACC was founded in 1984 with the mission to be the gateway to corporate and government contracts, Pan Asian American suppliers, information about Asian Americans and the Asia-Pacific and Indian Subcontinent markets.

This conference is America's largest and longest-running business development conference convened by Pan Asian Americans.

"We attended insightful sessions and one-on-one meetings with others in our industry," said Talha Faruqi, President of Aventure Aviation. "USPAACC is a very important organization for Aventure and we pride ourselves on being a member."

High School Student Completes Aventure Internship Program

Crowd of nine people around a table with celebratory balloons and a congratulations sign

Aventure staff celebrate high school graduate Grace DesLaurier (center).

Grace DesLaurier, a senior at Fayette County Georgia's Whitewater High School, has completed an internship program with Aventure Aviation for the 20212022 school year. She worked closely with Aventure's military sales team, assisting the team by performing a variety of functions.

"We are thankful to Fayette County Public Schools and the Fayette County Board of Education for this internship program," said Chelsea Griffin, Aventure's office manager.

Grace is headed to the University of Arizona, where she plans to earn a Bachelor's in Business Management, then eventually a Master of Business Administration degree. Her goal is to work for a consulting firm.

"I loved working at Aventure this past year, and I have learned so much," said Grace. "Getting to know my co-workers has been a joy, and I love the work environment at Aventure."

"Grace was a great addition to our team," added Chelsea. "She was very helpful and we look forward to her future success."

Honoring the Fathers of Aviation

Wright Brothers aircraft flying in the sky as three figures wave from the ground

Father's Day is June 19 in the United States. For this occasion, we would like to honor the "Fathers of Aviation" Sir George Cayley, Orville Wright, and Wilbur Wright.

In 1849, Englishman Sir George Cayley built the world's first flying machine, which was piloted by a 10-year-old boy. Called a "governable parachute," it had a cruciform tail and kite-shaped wing mounted above a cockpit resembling a boat. In 1853 his redesigned machine, piloted by a man, flew 900 feet.

50 years later in 1903, American inventors Orville and Wilbur Wright invented powered flight. Their airplane flew 20 feet above a wind-swept beach in North Carolina, lasting 12 seconds and covering 120 feet. Like Cayley, the Wright Brothers would go on to create many more related ground-breaking inventions.

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Part No: 176200-01-01 | Serial No: 000793
Description: Flight Management Computer
Tag: AIRS, 5/23/2022
Condition: Overhauled

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Upcoming Events

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

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

Aerospace Tech Week Americas conference 2022 speaking November 8–9, 2022 | Atlanta, Georgia
JW Marriott Hotel

History this monthJune 12, 1909 — A pilot flies with two passengers for the first time when Louis Blériot's monoplane flies Alberto Santos-Dumont and André Fournier near Paris.

June 3, 1959 — The first United States Air Force Academy class graduation is held.

Quote of the monthThe focus and the concentration and the attention to detail that flying takes is a kind of meditation. I find it restful and engaging, and other things slip away."

— Harrison Ford : Actor and pilot

Join Our Team – Careers at Aventure Aviation

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Aventure proudly supports:

Logo: Real Life Center – Real help. Real hope   Logo: Midwest Foodbank
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We proudly distribute products from:

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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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