AIM Demonstrates Strong Middle East Presence

AIM Aviation opened a base in the region earlier this year, in partnership with First Emirates Aviation Group LLC.


AIM Aviation’s successful expansion into the Middle East is to be marked at the Dubai Airshow this week, which coincides with the company obtaining its official trading license.

Having worked with major Middle Eastern airlines for many years, AIM Aviation opened a base in the region earlier this year, in partnership with First Emirates Aviation Group LLC. Indeed, the two companies will be exhibiting alongside each other at the Dubai Airshow.

Some of AIM Aviation’s most iconic bars and monuments have been designed and installed for clients in the Middle East and the strategic move into facilities in Abu Dhabi will enable the maximum level of support to be offered to these clients and to new customers.

Chris Whetter, Vice President Corporate Accounts at AIM Aviation, explains: “Our new workshop and offices in Abu Dhabi will enable us to be right at the core of the customer’s sphere for the delivery and repair for cabin interiors and galleys. We have been well established in the Middle East for many years, working with carriers including Emirates, Qatar, Saudi Arabian Airlines and Etihad. Having a physical presence will, however, further benefit our customers and demonstrates our level of commitment.

“AIM Aviation has always provided worldwide delivery of market-leading cabin interiors, galleys and stowages. Being able to bring our global expertise to the local regions of our customers is an added advantage.”

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