January 11, 2022
The Latin American and Caribbean Air Transport Association (ALTA) is pleased to announce that Aviation Services Management (ASM) joins its leading group of affiliated companies.
ASM was founded in 1998 in the UK and currently has more than 3,000 locations globally to provide competitive and flexible in house and third-party services that include comprehensive flight support, fuel, and the private charter services on its own fleet of Learjet 60 & 60XR aircraft, with the recognition from NBAA, EBAA, AsBAA, RUBAA and IATA.
“I am thrilled to welcome Aviation Services Management (ASM) as the first new affiliate member of 2022. ASM’s extensive experience delivering services for general and commercial aviation will bring important value to the initiatives we develop to support the recovery and growth of aviation in the region. The arrival of ASM to ALTA once again demonstrates the relevance of Latin America and the Caribbean as a market with great potential and I am sure that ASM’s work as a member of ALTA will have great results in favor of the industry”, says José Ricardo Botelho, Executive Director and CEO of ALTA.
“The Latin America’s air traffic demand is growing at a high pace, surpassing projections for the rest of the globe. While, the region’s airlines expected to increase their seat capacity, fleets, in the next years to meet this growing demand, particularly in regional and domestic markets, ASM is proud to take the next step on Latin America’s market and become a member of ALTA. ASM joins financially strong businesses from around the world, entering the Latin America’s aviation industry. As a custom, ASM stakes on its human resources, in highly qualified approach to the services provided. A new addition to the ASM amalgam of professionals, now in Latin America is Mr. Manuel López Blanco appointed as the Business Development Manager for Central & South America,” says Vito Gomes, Founder and CEO of ASM.
“Since Last November, I started this project together with ASM, giving it greater visibility and generating new business, connecting customers and suppliers within the Latin American & Caribbean region. Now joining the group of companies that integrate ALTA, we enhance our strengths as a comprehensive provider for the global aviation market”, Manuel López Blanco, Business Developer Manager for Central & South America.
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