Aventure Aviation selected as ATE&M “Best Spare Parts Provider”

We are pleased to announce that an ASA member, Aventure Aviation, has been selected as the Aircraft Technology Engineering & Maintenance (ATE&M) “Best Spare Parts Provider.”  Aventure was announced as the winner of the award this evening in London.

The three finalists for the “Best Spare Parts Provider” category were all ASA members – the other two finalists were A.J. Walter Aviation and GA Telesis.

The ATE&M Awards recognize companies in several categories.  Winners in other categories included Delta Tech Ops, Lufthansa Technik and Oakenhurst.  Winners were selected through an online voting process open to all aviation professionals, worldwide.

Aventure Aviation President, Zaheer Faruqi, credits the employees for the company’s accomplishments. “The Aventure team has always been the secret to our success. Great teamwork enables us to really get to know our customers and provide excellent service. We are dedicated to providing our customers only the best”.

After winning the award, Faruqi explained that one of the keys to his team’s success is their approach to quality.  “If it isn’t right, then it simply does not go out the door.”

The complete list of 2011 ATE&M Award Winners follows:

Best Airframe MRO Provider – The Americas: Delta TechOps

Best Airframe MRO Provider – Europe: Lufthansa Technik

Best Airframe MRO Provider – Asia: Evergreen Aviation Technologies Corp

Best Airframe MRO Provider – Middle East &Africa: Abu Dhabi Aircraft Technologies

Best IT Software Provider: Communications Software Ltd

Best Spare Parts Provider: Aventure Aviation

Best OEM for Aftermarket Support: Boeing

Best Engine MRO: Delta TechOps

Best Component MRO: Oakenhurst Aircraft Services

Best Logistics Provider: Aviation Logistics Network

ap&m Exhibitor Award: Lufthansa Technik

ATE&M Editors Award for Technology and Innovation: Solar Impulse

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About Jason Dickstein
Mr. Dickstein is the President of the Washington Aviation Group, a Washington, DC-based aviation law firm. He represents several aviation trade associations, including the Aviation Suppliers Association, the Aircraft Electronics Association, the Aircraft Fleet Recycling Association and the Modification and Replacement Parts Association.

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