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VAECO Vietnam Airlines Engineering Company Ltd. is a subsidiary of Vietnam Airlines Corporation with its headquarters at Noi Bai International Airport in Hanoi and two branches in Ho Chi Minh City and Da Nang city. VAECO was founded in 2009 on the merger of A75 and A76 aircraft maintenance centers, inheriting the 30-year experience and resources from both facilities. Since then, VAECO has developed to provide extensive maintenance services including line & base maintenance, component repair & overhaul, as well as aircraft painting for Vietnam Airlines fleet and more than 70 international customers. VAECO operates under authorization and standards set by the Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam (CAAV), the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), and more than 20 national competent authorities such as CAAC, MOLIT, JCAB and CAAS. View Website
Val Vigoda Val Vigoda
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Vallair Vallair, part of the Franco-Luxembourgish VALLAIR GROUP is an important player in aviation asset management. The company was created in 2003, with its Sales and Administration Offices in Luxembourg and Operational facilities, including Disassembly and Logistics center in Châteauroux, France. Vallair is proud to offer an improved and even wider range of services: Trading and Leasing, Disassembly, Repair & Maintenance and Cargo Conversion. Vallair plays an active role in several aircraft purchasing, disassembly and subsequent spares remarketing processes and intends to consolidate its presence in this sector. Vallair specializes in the acquisition of end of life A320, B737 and ATR aircraft. To date, the company has acquired more than 25 A320s’, 20 B737s’, 4 ATRs’ and 40 CFM56-3/-5 and V2500 Power plants. View Website
Vallen Vallen
Valmark Interface Solutions Valmark Interface Solutions
Valyant AI Valyant AI
Van Dyk
Vantage Airport Group