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July 2023 – The Newsletter of Aventure Aviation

Aventure Aviation in Guangzhou for Chinese Maintenance Forum

Chinese man standing in front of a sign with Chinese writing at an aviation tradeshow

Aventure Aviation customer support manager Jason Guibin at CAMMF.

Aventure attended the Civil Aircraft Materials & Maintenance Management Forum (CAMMF), which was held June 29 and 30 at the Sheraton Guangzhou hotel in Guangzhou, China.

CAMMF is dedicated to serving the Chinese aircraft parts and maintenance industry. Started in 2016, it brings together global airlines, original equipment manufacturers, maintenance and repair organizations (MROs), and parts suppliers.

This forum is for industry professionals to connect, share ideas, and discuss the latest maintenance strategies, parts supply chain advancements, and cost management practices.

Aventure's Beijing-based customer support manager for China, Liu (Jason) Guibin, attended on behalf of the company.

"Since so many Chinese airlines and MROs attended, it was a fantastic opprtunity to meet with them in one place," said Jason.

"I introduced Aventure to numerous attendees, including those representing cargo airlines. I will visit with many of them next month in order to secure our company as an official supplier."

Aventure Attends Aircraft Fleet Recycling Conference in Orlando

Orlando skyline at night

Aventure Aviation attended the Aircraft Fleet Recycling Association (AFRA) Conference, held June 4–6 at the Orlando Hilton, in Orlando, Florida.

The annual event was co-located with the annual meeting of the Aviation Suppliers Association (ASA).

Drawing hundreds of attendees, AFRA is a key event for the aviation distribution and recycling industry. There were numerous sessions, workshops, networking events, and industry speakers, covering such topics as business development, management, quality assurance, legal/regulatory, and the industry in general.

Attending on behalf of Aventure was Chris Jackson, Quality Control Manager.

"There was a lot of valuable information," said Chris. "The workshop on export compliance in particular was very useful," he added. "It provided valuable insights into Treasury, Commerce, and State Department regulations—important information for a company doing international business."

Aventure Sponsors Team Helping Farmers in Rural Pakistan

About two dozen men in a rural setting hold a banner saying "Aventure Aviation – IBA Institute of Business Administration, experiential learning project partnership

IBA students with town officials and farmers in Sind Province, Pakistan.

Aventure Aviation is sponsoring a team of university students at Karachi's Institute of Business Administration (IBA), to explore ways to use agricultural drones to help rural farmers in Pakistan increase their crop yields.

The team produced a feasibility study to optimize agricultural operations and empower farmers who presently carry out chemical crop protection and fertilizer applications manually.

The team members are Muhammad Saad Khan, Ibad Ur Rehman Shamsi, Muzammil Imran, and Zohaib Abdul Samad.

The students visited seven villages and towns in Pakistan's southeastern Sindh province, and consulted with farmers working lots ranging from 50 to 1,200 acres. Local officials helped translate to regional dialects.

Farmers viewed videos of agricultural drones applying fertilizer and pesticide treatments, while team members identified the specific benefits of drone technology.

"Their enthusiasm was tremendous," said team leader Muhammad Saad Khan. "Several farmers have allocated portions of their farms for trial testing."

"We were impressed by the team's in-depth research, and the guidance provided by the IBA counselors," said Ebrahim Zakaria, Aventure's vice president of sales.

"This technology will empower farmers to increase crop production," said Aventure marketing representative Michael Griffith. "Ultimately, this will reduce their dependency on food imports and make the country self-sustaining in agriculture."

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History this monthJuly 5, 1940 — The first American paratrooper unit is formed at Fort Benning, Georgia.

July 12, 1944 — The first operational jet-powered airplane of the British Royal Air Force enters service.

July 7, 1981— The first solar-powered aircraft flight across the English Channel is made by the MacCready Solar Challenger.

Quote of the monthNothing is as strong as the heart of a volunteer.”

— James H. Doolittle : U.S. General and Aviation Pioneer

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