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June 2024 – The Newsletter of Aventure Aviation


Delta Air Lines is Showcasing Aventure Aviation on All Flights

Commercial airline seatback video screens showing logos of Delta Airlines and Aventure Aviation

Delta Air Lines is showcasing Aventure Aviation for their in-flight entertainment series "Infinite Inclusivity: Delta's Commitment to Supplier Diversity." This new series highlights Delta's supplier diversity and provides exposure to featured vendors.

A minority family-owned company, Aventure is a member of the US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce (USPAACC) and the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC).

Through the warmth and service of Delta Air Lines people and the power of innovation, Delta never stops looking for ways to make every trip feel tailored to every customer. There are 100,000 Delta people leading the way to deliver a world-class customer experience on over 4,000 daily flights to more than 290 destinations on six continents, connecting people to places and to each other.

Delta is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia in close proximity to Aventure Aviation.

The video touches upon Aventure's history, legacy, importance of family, giving back to the community, dedication to customers, and the strong relationship with Delta.

"We are honored to be spotlighted by Delta," said vice president of sales, Ebrahim Zakaria. "It's a wonderful opportunity for the flying public to learn about what we do at Aventure, and our contribution to their safe flying experience."

See Delta's Aventure Video >


Aventure to Arizona for ASA/AFRA

Low-rise buildings surrounded by trees with mountains in the background under a bright, cloudy sky

Aventure will attend the joint conference of the Aviation Suppliers Association and Aircraft Fleet Recycling Association (ASA/AFRA) on June 23–25 in Scottsdale, Arizona at the JW Marriott Scottsdale Camelback Inn Resort and Spa.

A key annual event for the aviation distribution and recycling industry, the three-day conference provides attendees with a variety of business development, management, quality assurance, legal/regulatory, and general industry topics.

In attendance will be aviation professionals from around the world, including representatives from domestic and foreign air carriers, original equipment manufacturers, suppliers, repair stations, distributors, disassemblers, and recyclers.

Representing Aventure will be quality control manager Chris Jackson, who will receive training from numerous workshops.

"The conference always provides a valuable outlook on the future of the industry," said Chris.


Father's Day Celebrated by Aventure

A family of four smiling in front of a "step and repeat" backdrop saying "Aventure Aviation Happy Holidays 2023 " with blue balloons

Aventure Aviation sales director and father Andrew Crombie, with his family at the 2023 company holiday party. 

Father's Day in the United States is held the third Sunday of June, and celebrates the significant roles fathers make in their children's lives. Aventure Aviation would like to highlight the contributions made by Aventure's fathers.

Aventure was founded in 2001 by two fathers, Zaheer Faruqi and Amyr Qureshi. Zaheer's three sons, Talha, Hamzah, and Osman, worked part-time in the Aventure warehouse during high school and while on college breaks. Over the years, they worked their way up to positions of leadership with the company, and become fathers themselves.

"Being a dad is awesome! My kids put everything I do into perspective," said Ebrahim Zakaria, vice president of sales. "Balancing work and family life is challenging but so rewarding."

Staff accountant Jonathan Craig recently joined the club of fathers at Aventure Aviation.

"My favorite thing is witnessing the changes and milestones every day," Jonathan said. "There are challenges balancing work and caring for a newborn," he added. "Being able to work from home when necessary has helped a lot!"


D-Day 80th Anniversary: Honoring the Contribution of Allied Air Forces

Three World War 2 cargo aircraft in the sky launching paratroopers with parachutes

June 6 marked the 80th anniversary of the D-Day landings along the Normandy coast of France in 1944 during World War II, in what would be the largest amphibious invasion in history.

While most are familiar with the Allied soldiers storming the beaches from their naval vessels, Aventure would like to draw attention to the critical role played by Allied air forces.

Months before the landings, the Allies bombed German supply lines, artillery batteries, and supported the French Resistance from the air with ammunition and equipment.

The Allies had around 12,000 aircraft to support the landings of over 133,000 troops. One of the first phases to weaken enemy defenses included heavy bombers and attack aircraft, such as the British Lancaster, Hawker Typhoon, and American B-17.

Hundreds of American C-47 transports flew that day, carrying some 13,000 paratroopers. A modified airliner, the C-47 was rugged and reliable. Supreme Allied Commander General Dwight D. Eisenhower said it was one of the most significant military assets responsible for the Allied victory.

Another important aircraft was the Waco CG-4 Hadrian, a glider used to land thousands of troops behind enemy lines, as well as their artillery and Jeeps.

The contributions of the Allied air forces to the success of D-Day and liberation of Europe can't be understated.


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


Aventure is looking for international sales reps >

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Part Featured

Part No: 1019439-1-001 | Serial No: 2014080025
Description: Pressure Select Panel
Tag: AIRS, 5/17/2024
Condition: Overhauled

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Upcoming Events

Aviation Suppliers Association and Aircraft Fleet
Recycling Association (ASA/AFRA
)
June 23–25 | JW Marriott Scottsdale Camelback Inn
Resort and Spa | Scottsdale, Arizona

Farnborough Airshow
July 22–26 | Farnborough International Exhibition &
Conference Centre | Farnborough, UK

Air Carriers Purchasing Conference (ACPC)
August 24–27 | Hilton Anatole | Dallas, USA

Meet Aventure at any of these events >


History this monthJune 15, 1921 — Bessie Coleman, the first Black female U.S. pilot, receives her pilot's license.

June 20, 1941 — The U.S. Army Air Forces is established.

June 29, 2011 — KLM Royal Dutch Airlines becomes the first airline to fly commercial jet service powered by biofuels.


Quote of the monthIn the vast sky of life, your dreams are your wings – the stronger they are, the higher you'll fly.”

— Florence Lowe "Pancho" Barnes : Pioneer Aviator and
founder of the first movie stunt pilots' union


Join Our Team – Careers at Aventure Aviation



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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