CHANDLER, Ariz. – It’s an honor reserved for 40 of the aviation industry’s biggest movers and shakers, and AvAir’s own Mike Bianco is among those making the cut.
Airline Economics recently announced its “40 Under 40” list for 2018, recognizing the top names in the commercial aviation industry who have yet to reach 40 years of age. Bianco, who holds the presidential role at the Arizona-based aftermarket aviation parts provider’s headquarters, helped AvAir become an undeniable industry powerhouse that caters to a global client roster and stocks more than 26 million aircraft parts at any given time.
“It’s a tremendous honor to appear on this list alongside top colleagues in the industry,” said Bianco, who signed on as AvAir’s first official employee in 2000 before working his way to the company’s top spot. “It’s my hope that this will lead to even more worldwide exposure for AvAir in the months and years to come.”
The annual list released by one of the industry’s preeminent authorities includes a peer-nominated selection of the nation’s aviation industry elite, recognizing the next generation of standouts.
“It’s unlikely that I would have made this list without the support of the entire AvAir team,” Bianco said. “I’m grateful to those who nominated me, and I’m honored to be in such great company alongside some of the most recognizable names in the business.”
Read more from the Airline Economics 40 Under 40 Issue online. For more about AvAir, visit AvAir.aero.
Launched in Chandler, Arizona, in 2000, AvAir is a leading aftermarket aviation parts supplier. With more than 170,000 square feet of space holding more than 26 million parts and a growing presence in major cities worldwide, AvAir continues to soar within the aftermarket aviation industry, consistently earning awards and accolades from the industry’s most trusted authorities. For more about AvAir, visit AvAir.aero.
Media Contact: AWE Collective
Cody Larkin, firstname.lastname@example.org, 480-275-8888