Dubai-based flight-planning services company UAS relaunched its VIP travel services division, UAS Executive Travel, with customized services, a dedicated team and refreshed logo. Its staff provides local insight, removes linguistic barriers and collaborates with travelers and suppliers to ensure delivery of VIP-quality services.
Helping niche OEMs, component makers and MRO service providers who lack global scale reach international markets has become a target for Dass Aero Engine Services (DAES). Today U.S.-based DAES is an independent global aviation aftermarket service organization providing sales and marketing services to the industry and to specialized equipment manufacturers.
With construction already under way on the new Aerovale aeronautical community in Caçapava, about 65 miles northeast of São Paulo, Brazil, CEO Rogério Penido made a visit to Miami in September for a series of meetings with local business aviation executives and aircraft owners in an effort to attract support and investors in the project.
The Bahamas government has instituted new private aviation tariffs consisting of a $50 per landing and departure fee for private aircraft and $75 per landing and departure fee for commercial operators. The landing charges are also imposed for technical fuel stops. The new fees took effect last week. In addition the passenger departure tax was recently raised to $25 per person, including children older than 6.
AAR has signed a letter of intent outlining a tentative two-phase project to establish a technical maintenance center in Ulyanovsk, Russia. The project, as initially defined, includes an aircraft parts distribution and logistics center, scheduled to open in the middle of next year, followed by a commercial aircraft maintenance facility, scheduled to open in 2015. “Our long-term growth strategy continues to address what is clearly a global opportunity for value-added aviation services,” said David Storch, chairman and CEO.
Peachtree City, Ga.-based Gardner Aviation Services has changed its name to Precision Aviation Services. “This name change is the last in a series of name changes to our existing operating companies to identify and align each business as a member of the Precision Aviation Group [PAG],” said David Mast, PAG president and CEO.
Atlanta-based Precision Aviation Group (PAG) announced its Long Beach, Calif.-based Aero Technology (ATI) has changed its name to Precision Aero Technology (PAT) in an effort to identify the business as a member of the Precision Aviation Group.