Farnborough Airshow Back after Hiatus

PEACHTREE CITY, USA – Aventure Aviation will attend the UK’s Farnborough International Airshow, being held July 18–22 after a four-year absence. As one of the world’s biggest aerospace events, it will provide face-to-face meetings with industry leaders, and access to over 1,500 exhibitors representing 96 countries. 

Over 80,000 trade visitors are expected to enjoy the flying and static displays of some of the world’s best aircraft. 

Aventure will be represented by Mike Kitchener, EMEA senior director, and Ron Taylo, operations manager for military sales. The company is looking to collaborate with original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and maintenance repair and overhaul facilities (MRO) who wish to increase their business through Aventure’s distributorship network. 

With over 1,500 customers, 70% of Aventure’s revenue comes from international commercial and military aircraft operators.

Founded in 2001, Aventure Aviation is based in Atlanta, home to the world’s busiest airport. The company is strategically located 300 miles west of the South Carolina Boeing 787 plant, 300 miles north of the Alabama Airbus A320/A220 plant, and a few miles from the Lockheed Martin C-130 and Gulfstream plants.

Fighter planes in formation high in the sky, above a large British flag