Wed, May 01, 2013
Acquired For VVIP Transport For An Undisclosed Head Of State
AJW Capital Partners Limited, part of the AJW Group of companies, has entered into a purchase agreement for an A340-600 MSN 779 aircraft. The VVIP aircraft will enter service for an undisclosed Head of State.
AJW Capital is the AJW Group’s principal investing division and is responsible for the purchase, sale and lease of large aviation-related capital assets, including whole aircraft and engines. AJW Capital also creates and manages joint venture vehicles to acquire packages of aircraft and engine spare parts that are utilised by AJW Aviation and AJW Technique, the world’s largest privately held specialist in the supply, exchange, repair and lease of commercial aircraft spare parts. AJW services include daily and 24/7 AOG component support; power-by-the-hour and pool access; aircraft engine leasing, management and parts sales; extensive component repair capabilities; integrated consumables management; and logistics solutions.
AJW companies are based out of London, Singapore, Dubai, Miami and Montreal with strategic aircraft spares stock held in these locations; across the UK, Europe and North America. AJW provides sales and service support from a network of local offices globally, conducting business with more than 800 airlines in 115 countries.
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