London, 2nd October 2014: AJW Aviation, a specialist in transforming aviation efficiency, has signed a five year power-by-the-hour contract with new start-up Salvadorian operator, VECA Airlines. The contract will be managed by AJW’s Miami base and will cover the supply of spare parts for the airline’s fleet, providing essential support for the El Salvador flag carrier.
VECA Airlines was established in late 2013 and has its airline hub located in San Salvador at Monseñor Óscar Arnulfo Romero International Airport. A full support programme, complemented by onsite component stock, will commence on 15th October 2014 when the second aircraft is handed over following preparation in Miami.
AJW is the preferred choice for start-up airlines, offering total flexibility and scalable service levels as they develop their routes and fleets to fulfil their growth ambitions.
This new contract with VECA Airlines will add to AJWs growing portfolio across Latin America where it is building a reputation for both for its comprehensive power-by-the-hour programmes, and the component repair and overhaul services delivered by AJW Technique in Montreal. “AJW provides support for airlines building their networks to increase mobility around this area of the world” says Boris Wolstenholme, CEO – AJW Aviation. “We have proactively targeted the Latin American region to offer an unparalleled breadth of service for an increasingly diverse number of operators. With new airports planned and in progress, as well as many new airlines operating under the ‘low-cost carrier’ business model, we consider the region to be a key area of investment for AJW throughout 2014 and beyond.”