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Expansion is under way for AviationManuals
AviationManuals has taken on a larger, greener office space as well as increased staff numbers. These new recruits will support ongoing growth as well as product development in new business aviation sectors.
A new and substantially larger office footprint in Maryland accommodates the growing team at AviationManuals.

AviationManuals has expanded its staff and moved into larger, more environmentally friendly offices.

“This past year was another strong one for AviationManuals, with a large number of product launches and upgrades,” says CEO Mark Baier. “To ensure we are able to continue to provide the quick, quality and individualised support our clients deserve, we have expanded our team and moved into bigger offices.”

The company has added eight new team members to handle increased business volume in both digital aviation manual development services and safety management system (SMS) software. Roles include software development, IT customer support, business development, marketing, international operations and accounting.

Additionally, appointments were made to support market entry into commercial, remotely piloted aerial systems and fixed base operations. In response to AviationManuals' growing international business offerings, the company has hired native Spanish and French speakers.

The company has also recently moved to a 5,000 sq ft office just north of Washington DC in Rockville, Maryland. The building is a LEED Gold certified green building and part of a 435 acre master planned community.

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