December 22, 2021 - Fort Lauderdale, Florida – GA Telesis, LLC (“GAT”) unveils the innovative Aero Inventory Management (“AIM”) program, designed to supply complete parts packages alongside ancillary airline support services with a focus on smaller fleets as well as startup airlines around the globe. The launch customer is Miami-based Global Crossing Airlines Group, Inc., (JET: TSX-V; JET.B: TSX-V; JETMF: OTCQB) ("GlobalX"), which operates a fleet of A320 family aircraft. GA Telesis’ Flight Solutions Group (“FSG”) will manage the new groundbreaking service, enabling custom-fit solutions for this niche market.
The AIM program oversees the disassembly of entire aircraft platforms, whereas FSG’s Component Solutions Team will provide the required inventory to GlobalX and a wide range of add-on services, including initial provisioning, parts repair and exchange, logistics services, and tooling support. The remaining inventory from disassembly that GlobalX does not require will be consigned to FSG to support the rest of the global customer base.
“With the changes in airline cost dynamics since 2020, we quickly responded to their needs with an innovative program that offers an even better proposition to normal flight hour program services,” said Jason Reed, President of the Flight Solutions Group. Airlines have been asking for a new-era program that provides access to what they need but delivers immediate and recognizable cost savings without compromising dispatch reliability. AIM’s focus on lowering overall CASM via lower comprehensive inventory and operations costs is the solution," added Reed.
“We are honored and delighted to be working with GA Telesis, a world-class provider of innovative maintenance solutions to airlines like GlobalX. This agreement will lower our maintenance costs, reduce AOG time, and give us greater operating flexibility. We look forward to working with GA Telesis on this as well as other initiatives they can provide us to continue to lower our operating costs,” said Ed Wegel, Chairman & CEO / Founder, Global Crossing Airlines.