Aventure Military Division Exhibits at C-130 TCG World Wide Review

ORLANDO, USA – Aventure Aviation’s military division exhibited at the C-130 Technical Coordination Group (TCG) World Wide Review, held October 23–27 at the Caribe Royale in Orlando, Florida. 

This annual event unites C-130 Hercules aircraft operators, parts suppliers, and repair shops to discuss new technologies, experiences, and ideas. Over 150 commercial vendors attended, along with representatives from over 30 partner nations.

The C-130 is a four-engine turboprop military transport aircraft designed and built by Lockheed Martin, located a short distance from Aventure’s global headquarters. To date, around 2,500 of the aircraft have been delivered to 63 nations.

Formed in 1987 as a U.S. Air Force organization, C-130 TCG provides a more direct line of operational and logistical assistance to the foreign users of the C-130. The World Wide Review started in 1987, while Aventure has attended every year since the establishment of its military division in 2010.

“The show was very well attended,” commented Amyr Qureshi, Aventure’s Senior Vice President. “TCG is always a great opportunity to showcase our services and technical support capabilities to many C-130 end-users in one place.”

Three men stand in front of a trade show booth stand that says Aventure Aviation
(L–R) Ron Taylo, Osman Faruqi, and Amyr Qureshi at the Aventure Aviation exhibit at the TCG World Wide Review in Orlando.