London, 24th July 2013: AJW Aviation, the world’s leading independent complete aircraft spares support specialist, has been contracted to carry out the rebranding of Azerbaijan Airline’s entire fleet.
The fleet of eighteen aircraft includes A319, A320, B757 and B767, all of which are to undergo rebranding by the end of 2013 to meet the airline’s operational deadline. AJW has already delivered the first A320 aircraft in the new livery, and a second is currently under-going the rebranding work. AJW has selected Eirtech Aviation to carry out the painting of the aircraft.
Deepak Sharma, Technical Director of AJW Group comments “We are pleased to continue our long standing relationship with Azerbaijan Airlines and this is testimony to AJW’s reputation across Eastern Europe. It is evidence of our team’s technical project management expertise and demonstrates AJW’s commitment to delivering outstanding value for money and excellent customer service. Our experienced and dedicated people have worked extensively to meet the client’s targets. We are on track and on schedule.”
In November 2012, AJW Capital Partners Limited, part of the AJW Group of companies, purchased two new A340-500 aircraft from Airbus SAS to be entered into commercial service with Azerbaijan Airlines after extensive repainting and cabin configuration co-ordinated by AJW’s in-house technical team.
Initial contract for the airline’s fleet of thirty-seven B737-500 and B737-400 aircraft.
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