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EXXONMOBIL SELECTS AVIALL SERVICES INC. AS A STRATEGIC DISTRIBUTOR OF AVIATION


LUBRICANTS IN SELECT MARKETS ExxonMobil announces that Aviall Services Inc., a Boeing Company, will serve as a strategic distributor of ExxonMobil Aviation lubricants, further strengthening a nearly 20-year relationship between the two companies. Selected based on Aviall’s optimized reach, strong customer engagement, market knowledge and outstanding service levels, the partnership underscores ExxonMobil’s commitment to supply reliability and security for airlines and operators.


As a strategic distributor, Aviall will distribute ExxonMobil Aviation lubricants in North America, Latin America, Australia and New Zealand. Aviall will also be one of a handful of distributors of ExxonMobil Aviation’s lubricants within the European market. Through their robust global supply chain, strategically located stocking locations and knowledgeable salesforce, Aviall will help support ExxonMobil’s commitment to providing supply reliability to the global aviation industry. “At ExxonMobil, we pride


ourselves on being a leading manufacturer of aviation lubricants, and we’re thrilled to expand our relationship with another market frontrunner, Aviall Services Inc., a Boeing Company,” says Nancy Carlson, vice president of aviation and marine GBU, ExxonMobil Fuels and Lubricants. “As industry needs continue to grow, we can count on Aviall to be a reliable, strategic distributor that will help us at ExxonMobil meet our supply reliability and security goals for our valued customers.” Leveraging its 40 global stocking locations, Aviall will distribute ExxonMobil Aviation’s


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comprehensive nose-to-tail product offer which includes high-quality turbine oils, such as Mobil JetTM Oil 387 and industry leading Mobil JetTM Oil II as well its high- performance greases, and HyJetTM hydraulic fluids. “With quality service and product


availability at the forefront of what Aviall does each and every day, becoming a strategic distributor for ExxonMobil Aviation lubricants made perfect sense from a business standpoint and it’s something we’re truly excited and honored by,” says Eric Strafel, Aviall President & CEO. “By coupling our respective strengths, ExxonMobil and Aviall can reliably provide the aviation marketplace a wide-array of industry-leading solutions and application expertise, that can help maximize fleet productivity, encourage efficiency and keep downtime to a minimum.” Aviall has supplied the global


aerospace and defense industries with trusted products for more than 80 years. Today, Aviall is the largest provider of new aviation parts and related aftermarket services.


For more information abut ExxonMobil, visit https://www.exxonmobil.com/en/ aviation/products-and-services.


THE GILES GROUP ASSISTS SOUTHERN SKY AVIATION WITH “EXTREMELY EFFICIENT”


INITIAL FAA CERTIFICATION International aviation consultancy The Giles Group announces that it successfully worked with Southern Sky Aviation of Birmingham, AL to support the repair station receiving its initial FAA part 145 certification. “In all my experience inside and out of the FAA, this may be the quickest and most efficient repair station certification,” says Carol E. Giles, president of The Giles Group. In early August 2017, Southern Sky contacted The Giles Group for


assistance. An agreement covering the necessary tasks to support an initial FAA certification, including submitting a part 145 application and producing manuals and other documentation, was reached between the two parties. The work began in September in earnest; the FAA issued the certification on November 16. “What made the process so smooth was the leadership and professionalism of the FAA’s Alabama and Northwest Florida FSDO, our team’s depth of knowledge and experience in certifications, and Southern Sky stepping up with dedicated personnel to get the job done,” Giles adds. “It really helps to bring in experts who understand the regulations and the importance of following proper procedures,” says Bo Andres, president, Southern Sky Aviation. “As for the FAA, in every contact we had, it was clear they wanted us to succeed and to succeed on behalf of safety.” The Giles Group performs safety assessments and regulatory compliance audits, assists operators and repair stations incorporate Safety Management Systems, and develops and delivers training programs. Clients include air carriers and business aviation operators, maintenance organizations, manufacturers, suppliers and distributors, and foreign civil aviation authorities.


RBR MAINTENANCE, INC. ACQUIRES HAWKER 125-800A


FOR PART OUT RBR Maintenance, Inc. announces the company has acquired a Hawker 125-800A, s/n 258007, for a part- out project. RBR obtained the Part 135 aircraft in November 2017 and has taken delivery. All parts will be available for immediate sale. Noteworthy parts and systems


include TFE731-3BR engines with


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