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ADVANCED AIR JOINS AIR CHARTER SAFETY FOUNDATION


The Air Charter Safety Foundation (ACSF) announces that Advanced Air, LLC is the newest charter operator to join the ACSF. Along with 110 other companies, Advanced Air now supports the ACSF’s vision to enable on-demand air charter providers and fractional program managers to achieve the highest levels of safety in the aviation industry. “Advanced Air has the shared attitude among our team members that safety, above and beyond what is considered regulatory, must be a core value of our industry,” states Advanced Air president, Levi Stockton. “We are extremely proud of our employee commitment to safety and quality, which are integrated throughout our company’s charter and aircraft management programs.” Advanced Air, based in Hawthorne, CA offers a full range of services including aircraft management, charter management, charter sales and aircraft acquisitions. “Becoming a member of the Air Charter Safety


Foundation is a testament to their diligence and the thoroughness that Advanced Air has placed on safety in the workplace and for their clients,” says ACSF President Bryan Burns. For more information, visit www.acsf.aero or www. advancedaircharters.com.


EMTEQ OFFERS LED RED BEACON LIGHT FOR EM- BRAER ERJ 145 WITH PMA


EMTEQ’s LED Red Beacon Light replacement kit for the Embraer ERJ 145, part number EMB145-RBL-900, has received an approved PMA supplement from the FAA. This kit contains an LED Red Beacon light, adapter


plate, and harness allowing for a quick and easy, drop-in upgrade for both existing upper and lower beacons. This new light operates off 28VDC power and has a smaller aerodynamic profile than the existing xenon light. The LED replacement also significantly increases cycle count reducing maintenance requirements and long lead time spares issues. This red beacon is currently used on Embraer production


aircraft and is applicable for ERJ135 and ERJ140. For more information, visit www.emteq.com.


AFI KLM E&M AND AVTRADE LAUNCH US ASSET MANAGEMENT OFFER


AFI KLM E&M announces the creation of a Miami-based centre dedicated to asset management operations in the Americas. Named AAF Spares LLC, the business is wholly- owned by AAF Spares Limited, the 50/50 joint venture set up by AFI KLM E&M and Avtrade in 2011. This established partnership has developed a range of innovative global aircraft component services solutions designed to fit with the requirements of airlines and fleet operators worldwide. AAF Spares LLC offers component support, including


trading (sales, loans and exchanges) and Base kit leasing for Airbus A320, A330/340 and Boeing 737, 757, 767 and 777 aircraft to aviation customers throughout the Americas region. Focused on customer expectations and the needs of the


aviation market in the Americas, AAF Spares LLC will provide maximum spares availability using its own inventory as well as those of Avtrade and AFI KLM E&M. With a wealth of aircraft component knowledge and experience, spares management and optimization capabilities, combined with access to an efficient and strong global logistics network, the AAF Spares Limited subsidiary is able to offer an effective service and meet all the requirements of airlines operating throughout the Americas.


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