AVIAA, the global group purchasing organization for business aviation, announces the broadening of its maintenance services available to members through a new strategic partnership with New World Aviation based in Allentown, Pennsylvania.
Conveniently located at the Lehigh Valley International Airport just outside of the busy New York City / Teterboro / Philadelphia corridor, established in 1998 and privately owned, New World Aviation has evolved into an elite provider of aircraft charter, maintenance, and management services in the Northeast United States. An FAA Part 145 Certified Repair Station, its MRO expertise focuses on Gulfstream, Bombardier Challenger and Learjet; Dassault Falcon and Hawker business jet models.
“Bringing New World Aviation into our airframer services network not only expands the availability of maintenance options to our members, but also complements the avionics and interior capabilities of Brunswick Aviation, another AVIAA partner at the same airport,” said Matthew Smith, AVIAA Chief Client / Commercial Officer. “We are always looking to deliver differentiating value through economies of scale and impeccable quality to our members, and this is just another example of matching the best service providers to the needs of our members.”
“As a leading Part 145 repair station, we welcome the opportunity to deliver our value proposition and solid safety record to AVIAA members through an aggressive rate structure,” said Matt Stothoff, New World Aviation’s Director of Maintenance. “Coupling AVIAA’s approach to providing member support and promoting the overall value of our maintenance offerings with Brunswick Aviation’s avionics and interior capabilities, we will now offer AVIAA members comprehensive, one-stop service,” he added.
New World Aviation joins AVIAA’s global network of MRO partners which also includes ACC Columbia Jet Service (Germany), Volare Aviation (UK) and Constant Aviation (USA) with whom AVIAA recently expanded its relationship to include Mobile AOG Services to assist their members across the US.
Scott White appointed as VP-Supplier Relations To support the growing network of supply partners for its entire portfolio, AVIAA also announces the appointment of Scott White as Vice President-Supplier Relations. Scott brings more than 10 years of experience as a director of global sales at Universal Weather and Aviation. “Scott’s expertise in executing growth objectives and delivering overall value to numerous global companies accelerates AVIAA’s mission to provide our members with the resources, tools, and supplier relationships that define a best-in-class procurement strategy,” said Matt Smith.