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AIM is now accepting aircraft into Coolidge for parking, storage & teardown

AIM is pleased to announce another expansion to its capabilities. Over the past 18 months, the company has conducted countless evaluations and site inspections in the Southwest for facilities to receive, park and store aircraft. 

AIM is excited to announce that as of Oct 5, 2022, it has the capacity to receive narrow and wide body aircraft at the Coolidge Municipal Airport (P08). Located one hour North of Tucson and one hour South of Phoenix, Coolidge Airport gives AIM the unique ability to position aircraft for storage, lease return, pre-purchase, maintenance and end of life solutions for customers in this area.

The new site has extensive open space, facilities and tooling, coupled with AIM’s legendary rapid response and turn times for new and existing customers’ engine and aircraft needs. The first B737-700 aircraft was received on Oct 5, 2022 with great success.

AIM at ACPC conference, August 2022

AIM hosted an exhibition table at the annual ACPC conference in San Diego, from Saturday, August 27 to Tuesday, August 30.  

The popular conference, which is attended by around 1650 aviation professionals each year, is a networking meeting between airline purchasing representatives and suppliers. It boasts a long history, having started in 1957.  Besides providing attendees with the opportunity to establish and strengthen relationships, it provides a forum for learning via its professional development sessions. These breakout sessions deal with issues that are critical to the industry, and this year’s speaker line up was an exciting one that includes luminaries such as Manley Feinberg (a National Geographic photographer and explorer), Elizabeth Lucas-Averett (a specialist in strategic projects, business development, post merger integrations and communications), David Suarez (the lead facilitator for Interactive Training Solutions) and Jason Dickstein (an aviation law specialist who discussed how to navigate US export regulations), among others. 

The conference also provided its roundtable sessions on the last two days. These sessions were ten minute one-on-one meetings to enable suppliers to meet with airline purchasing representatives. 

AIM at the largest aviation MRO event in the world, April 2022

From 26 to 28 April 2022, AIM was one of 700 MROs in attendance at the Aviation Week MRO America’s annual exhibition in Dallas. The event provided the company with an opportunity to forge new connections and cement existing ones; it also provided a forum to discuss key industry trends and forecasts, receive the latest information from America’s airliners on their fleet and maintenance strategies, and delve into essential technical know-how such as cybersecurity and alternative propulsion systems. 

AIM at ISTAT conference, March 2022

AIM representatives attended the International Society of Transport Air Trading (ISTAT) conference from 6 to 8 March 2022 in San Diego.

The event provided the company with an opportunity to network and learn about the latest developments in commercial aviation maintenance. ISTAT is the industry’s leading appraiser program and represents more than 5000 global members in the commercial aviation sector. AIM learned a great deal about the industry’s post pandemic recovery plan and how it could make its own contribution to it. 

Aeroengines Aviation Week Engine, Leasing, Trading & Finance Conference, January 2022

AIM was a proud participant at the annual AeroEngines inauguration Aviation Week Engine Leasing, Trading and Finance (Americas) Conference held in Miami on 26 January 2022. The event is the largest of its kind and is dedicated to showcasing trends and issues related to America’s engine community. With over 725 attendees comprising senior representatives from airlines, MROs, OEMs, lessors and suppliers, AIM’s booth was very well attended and existing and prospective customers benefited from the face-to-face interactions – a welcome break from the online interactions that were a hallmark of the Covid-19 pandemic. A major focus of the event was to network and discuss the post-pandemic recovery of the industry. AIM has been a regular participant at the conference for four years and will be present at next year’s event in Dallas.

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