With unlimited access to the world’s largest available aviation component inventory, Miami-based AAF Spares is becoming the go-to specialist for some 300 airlines and lessors trading across the Americas.

Its strength is due to a long-standing joint venture partnership between Avtrade and AFI/KLM. Avtrade is the world’s largest independent aircraft spares supplier, with facilities in the UK, Dubai, Singapore and Russia, while Air France Industries and KLM Engineering & Maintenance (AFI/KLM E&M) are major global MRO providers.

In addition to unlimited 24/7 access to the inventories of its parent companies, AAF Spares also benefits from the expertise of AFI/KLM E&M repair shops, and in particular those of Barfield, who deliver service excellence across five local facilities.

AAF Spares offers component support, including trading (sales, loans and exchanges) and base kit leasing, for Airbus, Boeing and Embraer E170/E190 commercial aircraft to their steadily growing database of customers. They guarantee the most-effective, innovative and efficient fleet support solutions to satisfy the demands of all airlines and fleet operators.

The recent move to a state-of-the-art facility that more than triples their warehousing capacity is testament to the company’s big ambitions, and allows AAF Spares to invest in more stock, increase their footprint with airline operators and greatly improve delivery speeds to aircraft.

“Over the past five years, we have worked hard to make our name known across the Americas. The sector is a competitive one, but we have established ourselves and have grown consistently,” says AAF Managing Director Aymeric de Warren.

He adds: “Significant investment and the move to a larger facility with a higher volume of stock are just some of the steps that will help propel AAF Spares into a bright future. We’re here for the long-term, and guarantee the highest quality of support throughout the supply chain, from first order to complete solution. We want to achieve so much, and we are all up for the challenge.”

Visit www.aafspares.com or email contact@aafspares.com for more information.