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December 2023 – The Newsletter of Aventure Aviation

Dubai Airshow Features Aventure Exhibit in USA Pavilion

Four men stand in front of a trade show booth saying "Aventure Aviation," under a large sign saying "United States of America Pavilion"

At the Dubai Airshow Aventure Aviation exhibit: (L-R) Ron Taylo, Nayle Siddiqui, Salman Basheer, and Amyr Qureshi.

Aventure exhibited at the Dubai Airshow, held November 13–17 at Dubai’s Al Maktoum Airport in the United Arab Emirates.

The Aventure exhibit paid tribute to Dubai's aviation history, where visitors were able to be photographed "piloting" a 1930s flying boat. A daily raffle was held, where guests won model aircraft featuring the Sikorsky S-42 flying boat, C-130 military transport, and Boeing 737 in Aventure Aviation livery.

Attending Aventure staff included senior vice president Amyr Qureshi, manager of military sales Ron Taylo, regional director for Asia Saurabh Tripathi, sales manager for Asia Salman Basheer, and military accounts manager Nayle Siddiqui.

This year's show featured some 1,400 exhibitors from 95 countries, 190 aircraft, and 350 speakers. The event hosted 20 individual country pavilions, with Aventure exhibiting at the one representing the United States.

"The show had record-breaking deals worth over $101 billion," Basheer said. "It was convenient to hold meetings and attend events…a nice change from the COVID restrictions last time."

Aventure has participated in every Dubai Airshow since 2003, while individual team members have attended since 1989.

Aerospace Tech Week Panel Moderated by Aventure

Sunrise over skyline of Atlanta

Aventure moderated a panel at Aerospace Tech Week, and shared its vision on new technology's impact on the aerospace industry of the future. The conference took place November 13–15 at the J.W. Marriott Hotel in Atlanta, Georgia.

This annual event draws industry professionals from around the world. There was a focus on the latest technology developments in the commercial, defense, and business jet aerospace sectors.

Speakers included senior management from Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and Jet Blue.

The keynote speaker was Mary Waters, International Trade Deputy Commissioner of the Georgia Department of Economic Development. She highlighted her department's success bringing new companies to Georgia.

Aventure Makes First Appearance at Aero MRO India

Four people having a discussion on a stage in front of an audience

A panel session at the Aero MRO conference in New Delhi.

Aventure attended Aero MRO India Aerospace & Defence for the first-time last month. The event took place November 21–22 at Hotel Lalit in New Delhi, and focused on India's commercial and military aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul industry.

The show theme was "Preparing for the New Horizon," which made India's ever-growing aviation industry the prime topic of discussion. This year marks a decade since the event began.

Attending on behalf of Aventure was Saurabh Tripathi, Regional Director for Asia.

"The Indian aviation industry is growing exponentially," said Tripathi. "Aventure has great growth potential in India as we have a common focus on narrow-body aircraft."

Holiday Celebration for Aventure Staff

Almost two dozen people socialize in a ballroom full of dining tables and holiday decorations

Aventure's holiday party at Orleangham Event Facility in Tyrone, Georgia.

Aventure Aviation held an end-of-year holiday celebration at Orleangham Event Facility in Tyrone, Georgia, near the company's Atlanta headquarters.

Aventure president Talha Faruqi, spoke about success achieved the past year, despite an uncertain economy. He encouraged the team to take on new challenges as the new year begins.

He also briefed staff on the status of a planned state-of-the-art office and warehouse in Atlanta, which will bring all current inventory under one roof. He said the company will break ground soon with completion expected by the middle of 2025.

Throughout December, Aventure continues to think of those in need, and will participate in another food drive and volunteer day at the Midwest Food Bank. The company has been working with the Midwest Food Bank continuously since 2017.

Aventure Staff Hold Food Drive

A man and two women load a card full of canned food in a large lobby, with a truck visible outside through large glass windows

(L-R) Aventure's Kevin Dorce, Kimberly Gay, with Dixie King, food drive and orchard coordinator for the Real Life Center.

Staff at Aventure's Atlanta headquarters held a food drive in November to benefit the Real Life Center, located in neighboring Tyrone, Georgia. The team donated over 900 items, totaling 589 lbs of donated food, water, and other necessities.

Since 1998, The Real Life Center has been helping those in need in Georgia's Fayette and Coweta Counties. Aventure has been donating to the center since 2015.

The center's core program is designed to connect individuals and families with vital resources within the Real Life Center and larger community.

"It's always uplifting to see our employees rally for such a good cause," said Aventure administrative director Kimberly Gay.

Aventure will also host an additional food drive for the center this month, to further assist those in need during the holiday season.

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History this monthDecember 5, 1921 — The first regular air service in Australia starts by West Australian Airways.

December 1, 1935 — The first airway traffic control center is opened in Newark, New Jersey.

December 3, 2005 — XCOR Aerospace makes the first US Mail delivery by a manned rocket aircraft in Mojave, California.

Quote of the monthAs we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them."

— John F. Kennedy

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Aventure proudly supports:

Logo: Real Life Center – Real help. Real hope   Logo: Midwest Foodbank
Logo: DEC Georgia (District Export Council)   Logo: Midwest Foodbank

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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