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United Kingdom : SKYPOWER EXPRESS AIRWAYS NIGERIA signs PBH deal with AJW AVIATION.

African airline Skypower Express Airways Nigeria Limited has chosen the leading independent complete aircraft spares support specialist, AJW Aviation to deliver power-by-the-hour support to its B737-300 Classic cargo aircraft.

AJW s first PBH deal with the carrier will offer support to the aircraft during the coming three years. AJW will support Skypower Express Airways Nigeria Ltd. from its network of strategic hubs throughout Europe and the rest of the globe which include more than 420,000 service ready Boeing and Airbus component inventories valued at more than US$450m.

Boris Wolstenholme, CEO of AJW Aviation stated: AJW is delighted to have signed this new PBH agreement with Skypower Express Airways Nigeria Ltd. Our commercial strategy has focused on Africa for many years and our support hubs are strategically located to minimise AOG situations. The West African region s aviation infrastructure is rapidy expanding with new routes, new airlines and new partnerships presenting operators with a range of challenges. AJW s flexibility and experience means that we are well placed to help them improve efficiency and profitablity.

AJW back contracts offer wide-ranging and flexible component coverage; expert advice and recommendations on minimizing home base stock requirements, and; world class logistics, comprising AJW s highly regarded 24/7 AOG service.

AJW, serving a worldwide base of over 800 carriers, is the perfect partner for carriers and MRO organizations requiring completely integrated support solutions and seeking to achieve competitive advantage.

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