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Avtrade to become IATP Associate Member

Posted 16 March 2017 · Add Comment

Avtrade has been approved to become an Associate Member of the International Airlines Technical Pool (IATP), which will come into effect from the 1st April 2017.



Announced at the 115th IATP conference in Dublin, Ireland, Toby Winkworth, VP Contract Sales presented Avtrade to its members; demonstrating the support and services Avtrade can offer to the 100+ member airlines and 30+ associate member representatives.

As a global component service provider, Avtrade has grown into an international organisation, becoming one of the largest stockists of aircraft components worldwide, providing services to IATP members. Avtrade specialises in the provision of a range of bespoke aircraft component and support solutions, individually designed to meet customer specific requirements and is able to offer parts pooling to customers from the developed Component Support Solutions portfolio that is available today.

Avtrade’s additional services also include component maintenance repair and overhaul, logistics and transportation assistance.



With UK headquarters and regional offices in Dubai, Singapore, Moscow, Miami and Guangzhou, Avtrade said it is looking forward to becoming part of the diverse and multicultural IATP community and providing its bespoke services to all members of the International Airlines Technical Pool.

Avtrade endorses IATP’s unique tool of cost saving, AOG resolution, operation simplification, and technical updates and networking through the agreement of Airlines sharing’s technical resources; generating economic savings and support on, on time dispatch reliability and operational safety.

 

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