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Wed, Apr 13, 2011

A J Walter Aviation Opens Corporate Aircraft Spares Support Service

Focus On Boeing, Airbus Business Jetliners

A J Walter Aviation is partnering with Loudoun Aviation, an internationally recognized business jet dealer based near Washington DC, to deliver spares support excellence to the corporate sector.  Offering a range of 24/7 AOG, power-by-the-hour, pooling and daily service options, AJW is able to support corporate operators of ACJ and BBJ aircraft, as well as all Boeing corporate conversions.  Combined, AJW and Loudoun offer almost a century of valuable experience to provide specialist world class services to owners and operators of larger cabin long range business jets tailored to their unique flight profiles.

These programs will immediately deliver tangible and measurable advantages. BBJ and ACJ operators are able to benefit from the flexible financial advantages currently enjoyed by AJW's commercial customers across a wide range of support services, and the Company's strategic stock held in conveniently located hubs around the world including Miami, LA, Memphis, London, Dubai and Singapore.

"Traditionally these operators have been locked in to engine manufacturer maintenance programs and it is evident that AJW's products, in particular pool access to their comprehensive spares inventories, will be of tremendous interest" says Susan Kopacz, Partner in Loudoun Aviation, who is responsible for marketing this new AJW service to the VIP sector.
 
"Since 2008, corporate aviation has experienced a worldwide decline in new and pre-owned sales due to the global recession," said Christopher Whiteside, President of A J Walter Aviation. "The past six to twelve months have seen encouraging signs of improvement, however we have noticed that owners who would traditionally change their aircraft more frequently are retaining them for longer. This means that strong and financially secure corporate flight departments will want to ensure complete peace of mind when it comes to maintenance of what they consider to be 'older' aircraft in their fleet, and have a clear idea of operational costs."

FMI: www.ajw-aviation.com

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