Aviator Denmark is looking for Planning Assistant for the planning department. For more information click here.
Aviator Denmark is looking for Planner for the planning department. Fore more information here.
Aviator is proud to publish its Sustainability Report covering the year of 2017. The report highlights sustainability approach and activities going on within Aviator. This will be published annually going forward to follow-up on the results from our sustainability focus aspects.
During 2017 we have worked to develop a more structured sustainability work that has been integrated into our strategy. We have chosen to call this sustainability focus for Aviator Cares.
Through a materiality analysis we asked our stakeholders what sustainability issues they believe Aviator should focus on and we now know what specific areas that should be prioritised going forward. To make sustainability part of our day to day business, initiatives are created and integrated with other initiatives driving towards our strategic goals.
“Sustainability is nothing new to us, but the reporting and the structure is. This has been an opportunity to highlight and assess both improvements already in place as well as planned improvements. With this new foundation, we will be able to track and better drive our business to reach our sustainability targets and be part of creating a more sustainable aviation industry.” says Jo Alex Tanem, CEO of Aviator.
Click here to read the actual report.
Aviator Denmark is looking for a trainee to work as material mechanic at CPH. For more information click here.
The world’s largest exhibition for Aviation Maintenance, MRO Americas, will take place in Orlando, USA 10-12 April. The team from NORDIC DINO will participate and looking forward to meet professionals and customers from the industry.
We would be more than happy to arrange a meeting with you to discuss your current or coming aircraft exterior washing business!
Please contact Pontus Lamberg for more information, or to arrange a meeting, Pontus.email@example.com +46 (0)704150047
Nordic Dino has completed the delivery of two aircraft washing robots to Qatar Airways. The purchase consists of the latest model of 777+ and the biggest Nordic Dino 4-380.
Nordic Dino has a long partnership with Qatar Airways, the first system was implemented in Doha already in 2009.
” It’s a honor to deliver Nordic Dinos again to a 5-star premium airline as Qatar Airways. The long relationship and latest delivery is a confirmation that the Nordic Dino improves their business and profitability” – says Pontus Lamberg, Senior Consultant at Nordic Dino.
March 1st 2018 Aviator will expand the functional co-operation with its partner ASR Cargo Center by jointly offering on-airport cargo handling.
Aviator Finland and ASR Cargo Center are both respected as the most reliable and qualified suppliers within the market and the new From concept offers a superior tailor made option for all airlines to get ground- and cargo handling services from one counter.
“By combining the two companies’ core strengths in joint operation we’ll return to the on-airport cargo handling which we used to provide successfully for decades” says Mr Veijo Karosvuo, Managing Director of Aviator Finland.
“Moving to the airport is a dream come true. Straight apron access from our own facility enables us to extend our services from trucked to also flown air cargo handling.” says Mr Jouni Ritola, Chairman of ASR Cargo Center.
For more information please contact:
+358 40 747 3665
At Inter Airport Europe 2017, 10-13 October in Munich, Nordic Dino will release a version of the NORDIC DINO with an electrical driveline and zero emissions.
The electrical NORDIC DINO reduces the carbon footprint and work towards a more sustainable future for aircraft exterior cleaning. Benefits are better and safer working environment and lower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) with reduced maintenance and operating costs.
“We are really proud to launch the new electrical version of the NORDIC DINO as we have seen a growing trend for electrical GSE. For our customers it’s crucial with good return on investment (ROI) and a safer working environment.” – Says Pontus Lamberg- Nordic Dino.
All NORDIC DINO II / 4-380 / 777+ models will be available for order in electrical version. Nordic Dino will also supply upgrade kits and certified NORDIC DINO-mechanic to perform upgrades on-site.
We are very happy to announce that our new Commercial Director for Sweden and Norway, Peter Stackeryd, is finally on board the ship! Peter has a 13 year long experience from the aviation industry with LSG Sky Chefs, were he has held several commercial and management positions. The latest position with LSG Sky Chefs was as Managing Director of the Scandinavian organization. Since 2014 Peter has held the position as Managing Director of the ISS company Personalhuset.
“We are very happy to be able to tie such a senior Commercial Director to our team. Peter’s extensive commercial experience both in sales positions and in management positions, and his strong track record of establishing sustainable customer relationships, will become a great asset to all of Aviator” says Per Wassberg, Managing Director Norway.
“Peter started just two weeks ago and has already participated in several customer meetings and is running several tender processes. I feel very confident that we have struck gold with this recruitment and that Peter will be able to develop our commercial capacity to the next level” says Ola Skogö, Managing Director Sweden.
Peter will be a participant in the Swedish management team as well as the Norwegian management team.
Several months ago, Aviator UK disclosed its intention to close its operations in the UK. Since then, Aviator UK secured short term funding to achieve an orderly wind down of the business to ensure that employment was preserved and no disruption to airlines and passengers. Since then we have worked hard with employees, airlines, airports, other suppliers of ground-handing services and unions to achieve these goals. Apart from the continued operation with Aviator Manchester, Aviator UK ceased operations as at midnight 30 November. Business contracts have been transferred to other suppliers and 1,500 of our 1,600 employees (well over 90%) have retained employment, transferring to other suppliers under TUPE arrangements. These employees are primarily front-line staff supplying ground-handing services. We regret that about 100 employees have been made redundant, primarily in central office functions. It has taken a huge amount of work and cooperation by all stakeholders to reach this point and we would like to thank all those involved for their patience, understanding and confidence that the two core goals – preservation of employment and continuity of service – could be achieved.
Jo Alex Tanem, CEO Aviator Group