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JetAviva forms key partnerships including with Atlas
JetAviva is entering a new brand era with the unveiling of a new company logo and website. The company has presented a modernised look and feel to usher in the firm's next phase of growth as it takes on partners.
MD of AAL Natascha Rode, Atlas COO Gregor Bremer, Augsburg Air Service MD Florian Kohlmann, Atlas CEO Dr. Nicolas von Mende, JetAviva CEO Emily Deaton, JetAviva president Ryan Scott, MD Jason Deifik, Atlas sales director Hans Doll and Jannes Manßen from Atlas business development.

JetAviva, a worldwide leader in pre-owned aircraft sales and acquisitions headquartered in Melbourne, Florida, has announced key partnerships in Europe, Africa and Latin America to provide international access and global service to its sales and acquisitions clients.

One of those new partners is Atlas Air Service, Europe's largest maintenance specialist and “one-stop shop for Embraer, Citation and Pilatus aircraft” based in Germany. The firms will support each other's inventory sales and marketing efforts on behalf of their respective clients. In addition, Atlas serves as a preferred inspection facility for JetAviva's European deals.

In addition, JetAviva has structured similar arrangements with South African firm Absolute Aviation, and Seijiro Yazawa Iwai Aviation (SYI Aviation) in the Central Americas.

Led by CEO Neil Howard, Absolute Aviation is an authorised dealer for Beechcraft and Cessna aircraft and is the first Africa-based dealer to join the International Aircraft Dealers Association (IADA). Panama-based SYI was founded in 1928 and in addition to the company's long history of sales and service in the region, it is an authorised sales arm for both Piper and HondaJet aircraft.

“These relationships allow JetAviva to provide unmatched international access for our clients,” says Emily Deaton, JetAviva CEO. “Through our partners, we can overcome language, culture and geographic barriers that can be a challenge for truly US-centric firms.”

The international focus on Cessna, Embraer, Pilatus, Honda and Piper aircraft is no accident; all are models in categories where JetAviva has led the industry since its founding in 2006.

JetAviva is also entering a new brand era with the unveiling of a new company logo and website. The company has presented a modernised look and feel to usher in the firm's next phase of growth.

“We are excited for the future,” Deaton continued. “Over the last 17 years, we have had the pleasure of helping thousands of clients enter and enjoy the world of jet ownership, and we look forward to what's next.”

Atlas Air Service has stood for competence and quality in business aviation for more than 50 years. In addition to offering comprehensive support and maintenance of business aircraft, it is a pan-European dealer for used aircraft. In order to present its aircraft sales portfolio in the best possible way across the Atlantic, it is now starting a cooperation with JetAviva.

This international partnership allows it to overcome geographical and cultural barriers, offer global services and provide a wider selection of aircraft.

The US-based company is the global market leader in aircraft transactions. Specialising in the purchase and sale of used aircraft, JetAviva operates sales offices in 10 US states and has a global network of strategic partners with long-standing sales and marketing expertise in their respective market regions.

“As Europe's largest provider of maintenance, charter and sales for used business aircraft, we look forward to working with JetAviva to offer our customers a wider range of opportunities,” says Dr. Nicolas von Mende, CEO of Atlas Air Service.

The two companies will support each other in the sale and marketing of their inventory, enabling smooth transactions for all customers.

In addition, Atlas Air Service will act as the preferred inspection facility for European operations of its new partner JetAviva and will continue to offer a full range of support and maintenance services after the purchase.

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