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DYNAIR TECHNOLOGIES INTERNATIONAL AWARDED DEVELOPMENT CONTRACT IN ST. PETERSBURG, RUSSIA

 RESTON, Va., March 8 /PRNewswire/ -- DynAir Technologies International (DTI), a unit of DynCorp, has been awarded a contract to develop an air cargo center and free trade zone at St. Petersburg, Russia's Pulkovo International Airport. The contract, awarded by the St. Petersburg municipal government, is funded by the U.S. Trade and Development Agency, and anticipates DynAir's participation in follow- on management, planning and construction of the cargo hub.
 St. Petersburg, formerly Leningrad, is Russia's second largest city. Located on the Baltic Sea, with a population of approximately 5 million, it is directly adjacent to the Scandinavian countries and a key point of access to northwest Russia. Russia itself contains about half of the population of the former U.S.S.R. and three- quarters of its territory.
 According to DTI President Pete Runnette "DynAir Technologies International is extremely pleased to undertake this project. The possibilities for development in the Commonwealth of Independent Sates are enormous, but will require a modern infrastructure to accommodate them. We are proud to play a significant part in working to successfully fulfill Russia's transportation needs."
 DynAir is one the largest aviation support organizations in the world, with 4,500 employees at 60 locations. In addition to international consulting and technical services, DynAir units provide aircraft maintenance and modification; aeronautical engineering services; ramp, passenger and cargo services; into-plane fueling; and avionics sales and service. Its customers include domestic and international scheduled airlines, cargo carriers, lessors, aircraft manufacturers, financial institutions, and transport aircraft operators. The parent company, DynCorp, is a majority employee-owned diversified technical services firm.
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 /CONTACT: David Gaier of DynAir, 703-264-9501/


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