AeroVision International Signs Cost-Per-Hour Parts Support Agreement with bmi regional


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AeroVision International (Muskegon, Michigan) announces the execution of a comprehensive 5-year cost-per-hour parts agreement in support of the airline bmi regional’s fleet of 20 ERJ aircraft.

The bmi regional fleet of Embraer ERJ 135/145 aircraft will benefit from AeroVision’s on-site consignment inventory throughout its network, as well as from material located at AeroVision’s 3PL site at Heathrow Airport (LHR) and the US headquarters’ warehouses.

“We are pleased to be selected by bmi regional to provide this support” said Angela Baker, AeroVision’s Vice President – Components. “This agreement will enable bmi regional to manage their operational requirements in a “no surprise” environment and AeroVision’s extensive inventory resources and best-in-class AOG support will be leveraged to support their dispatch reliability targets.”

Martin Whittaker, bmi regional’s COO stated, “AeroVision has provided bmi regional a custom-made component support offering that will allow us to better service our customers in a cost-effective manner.  This partnership will help underpin bmi regional’s long-term growth plans.”


About AeroVision International LLC:  Founded in 2003, AeroVision International has become a trusted business partner to business and regional aircraft MR&O shops worldwide.  AeroVision supplies business and regional commuter engines and engine parts (PW100 / AE3007) in support of operators and MRO facilities around the world.  With a strong focus on regional aircraft like the ATR 42/72 & Embraer EMB 120, ERJ & EJet type aircraft, AeroVision offers sales & leasing of aircraft, engines, auxiliary power units, avionics and landing gear as well as outright or exchange sales of all major internal and external spare parts.

About bmi regional:   bmi regional operates an all-jet fleet comprising 20 Embraer 135 and 145 aircraft. The airline now operates over 400 scheduled flights a week across a network of 42 destinations in 11 European countries and employs more than 400 staff. The airline also operates an extensive ad hoc charter business and flies on a contract basis on behalf of other carriers. Its scheduled network includes Oslo and Stavanger in Norway; Brussels in Belgium; Esbjerg in Denmark; Toulouse, Nantes and Paris in France; Graz in Austria; Brno in Czech Republic; Bremen, Frankfurt, Dusseldorf, Hamburg, Nuremberg, Rostock, Stuttgart, Munich and Saarbrücken in Germany; Bari, Venice, Verona, Bologna, Florence, Milan Malpensa and Milan Bergamo in Italy; Lublin in Poland; Jonkoping, Norrkoping, Gothenburg and Karlstad in Sweden and Aberdeen, Birmingham, Bristol, Derry, East Midlands, Edinburgh, London Heathrow, London Stansted, Manchester, Newcastle, Southampton and Norwich in the UK.


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