|Aventure Welcomes ACPC to Atlanta
The annual Air Carriers Purchasing Conference (ACPC) will be held August 20–23 at the Marriot Marquis in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. It's mission is to bring together buyers and sellers of aviation related goods and services, in a fair and level networking environment.
As a major aviation parts stockist and supplier, Aventure Aviation looks forward to welcoming buyers and senior management of 67 airlines and over 850 suppliers from all over the world to their hometown of Atlanta, which last hosted ACPC in 2011.
Representing Aventure will be Melissa Coleman-Grina, Senior Director of Business Development, and Ebrahim Zakaria, Sales & Marketing. Both are available to discuss Aventure’s award-winning solutions for parts supply, asset management, surplus inventory, consignment management, and component MRO services 7/24/365.
Those needing immediate assistance can email email@example.com. ACPC guests are also encouraged to call +1.770.632.7930 for an appointment to visit Aventure's headquarters, located 20 miles south of the world’s busiest airport, Atlanta’s Hartsfield–Jackson.
|Aventure To Celebrate 15th Anniversary
Company Will Host a “Grand Prix” Extravaganza at Atlanta’s Porsche Experience Center During ACPC
Aventure Aviation will celebrate its 15th Anniversary on August 20th by hosting the “Aventure Grand Prix” event at Atlanta’s Porsche Experience Center.
The event is by invitation only, and guests are expected to have a thrilling and exhilarating experience on the Porsche race track and simulators.
Aventure Aviation Supports Solar Impulse’s Historic Zero-Fuel Around the World Flight
The Si2’s wingspan is roughly the size of a Boeing 747 but has a weight comparable to a car.
Aventure is proud to support Solar Impulse, a Swiss long-range experimental solar-powered aircraft project, and also the name of the project’s two operational aircraft. Aventure has sponsored solar cells on the Solar Impulse 2 (Si2) aircraft, which on July 26, completed a 16 month 26,000 mile circumnavigation of the Earth, the first by a piloted fixed-wing aircraft using only solar power.
The privately financed project is led by Swiss engineer and businessman André Borschberg and Swiss psychiatrist and aeronaut Bertrand Piccard, who piloted both Solar Impulses. Aventure salutes these visionary pilots for showing the world that clean technologies and energy efficiency can reduce our emissions and improve our quality of life.
Atlanta’s Team Aventure Picks Fruit for Those in Need
Aventure staffers collected an average of four pounds of ripe blueberries each.
Team members from Aventure’s Atlanta headquarters spent their Saturday morning picking fruit at the Real Life Center orchard on July 16. The orchard provides fresh fruit to needy families. Established in 1998, The Real Life Center is one of the most respected non-profits in the Atlanta area.
“It was a morning well spent knowing the berries were going to people in need,” said one of Aventure’s newest employees, Repair Coordinator Jackie Castañeda. “I was able to get to know my new colleagues on a more personal level and foster an even better relationship with them,” Castañeda added.