Logojet underscores long-term co-operation between both companies.
London, May 3rd 2012: A J Walter Aviation and Germania have launched a logojet into the skies: an Airbus A319 owned by the Berlin-based airline Germania is now flying with a special paint scheme featuring the name and logo of global aviation company A J Walter Aviation (AJW). The unique livery design sees AJW, the world’s leading supplier of aircraft spare parts, and the airline reinforcing their exclusive, long-term co-operation. The A319 with the registration code D-ASTZ will be deployed on the entire Germania route network.
The special AJW livery is positioned discreetly towards the rear of the plane. In addition to the AJW logo across the five rear windows and around the edges of the front doors, a pop art-style female figure, which is also part of AJW’s distinctive corporate identity, is displayed next to the rear door. At the presentation ceremony in Toulouse the aircraft was unveiled by representatives of A J Walter Aviation and Germania.
In March 2011, Germania awarded A J Walter Aviation an exclusive power-by-the-hour contract to supply spare parts for its aircraft. The 10-year agreement, the first major contract award for AJW in Germany, covers services for the airline’s Airbus A319 aircraft and Boeing 737-700 jets.
A J Walter Aviation is currently expanding its complete aircraft spares support service by offering integrated consumables management and aircraft engines services. AJW is the service partner of more than 700 airlines worldwide.
A J Walter Aviation is a world leading specialist in the supply, repair and lease of commercial aircraft spare parts, including services in aircraft engines, aircraft inventory management; power-by-the-hour and pooling support; consignment stock; global 24/7 AOG; component maintenance and overhaul; consumable supplies; logistics and freight management. AJW offices are based in Singapore, Dubai, London and Miami with further inventory hubs across Europe and North America. AJW is celebrating its 80th year of aviation support leadership in 2012. www.ajw-aviation.com
Germania Fluggesellschaft mbH, headquartered in Berlin, operates in the three business areas of wet leasing, charter flights and single-seat sales. The independent airline’s route network currently comprises more than 40 international destinations, including destinations on the Iberian Peninsula, the Canary Islands, in Turkey, Greece and Egypt. The main airports that the airline operates from are Berlin, Bremen, Düsseldorf, Munich and Memmingen. Germania currently operates nine Boeing 737 jets, a number of which fly on wet lease for other airlines, and eight Airbus A319 jets. Since the company was founded in 1986, Germania has established a strong reputation in the industry as a result of its high training and quality standards in technical maintenance, in-flight personnel and service. The company along with its wholly-owned subsidiary Germania Technik Brandenburg currently employs around 600 people. For more information, visit www.flygermania.de