O Avia Solutions Group transferiu sua sede para a Irlanda

VILNIUS, Lituânia, March 03, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — O Avia Solutions Group, o principal grupo empresarial de aviação, transferiu sua sede para a Irlanda. Após a transferência de sua sede controladora para a Irlanda, Dublin, o grupo também passou a ser a segunda maior empresa de aviação registrada na Irlanda, atrás da gigante da aviação Ryanair.

“Mudar a sede controladora para a Irlanda foi um passo estrategicamente importante para nossos futuros planos de desenvolvimento”, explica Jonas Janukenas, CEO do Avia Solutions Group. “A Irlanda é conhecida como o pólo da aviação. Um grande número de empresas de aviação está localizado aqui, portanto, estando mais próximos da comunidade da aviação, poderemos implementar os planos de desenvolvimento do grupo mais rapidamente e manter a liderança de mercado.”

Segundo Janukenas, os instrumentos financeiros da empresa na Bolsa de Valores de Dublin foram adquiridos pelos maiores investidores institucionais do mundo, dos EUA e da Europa, então este também foi um dos motivos para escolhermos a Irlanda.

O grupo tem escritórios em todo o mundo: Irlanda, Lituânia, Estados Unidos, Emirados Árabes Unidos, África do Sul, Austrália e Ásia-Pacífico.

O Avia Solutions Group é o maior e líder mundial em serviços de ACMI (arrendamento de aeronaves, manutenção e seguro), com uma frota de mais de 165 aeronaves. O grupo também presta diversos serviços aeronáuticos, como manutenção de aeronaves, treinamento de pilotos e tripulantes, assistência em solo, entre outros. O Avia Solutions Group emprega mais de 11.000 profissionais de aviação altamente qualificados em diferentes regiões do mundo.

Sobre o Avia Solutions Group 
 
O Avia Solutions Group é o maior fornecedor global de ACMI (arrendamento de aeronaves, tripulação, manutenção e seguros) com frota de mais de 165 aeronaves e é a empresa-mãe da SmartLynx Airlines, Avion Express, BBN Airlines, KlasJet, Magma Aviation e outras que operam em todos os continentes do mundo. O Grupo também fornece vários serviços de aviação, como MRO (manutenção, reparo e remodelação), treinamento de pilotos e tripulações, assistência em solo e outras soluções interconectadas. O Avia Solutions Group conta com o apoio de mais de 11.000 profissionais de aviação altamente qualificados em todo o mundo.

Para mais informações, visite www.aviasg.com 

Contato de mídia:
Silvija Jakiene
Diretora de Comunicações
Avia Solutions Group
[email protected]
+370 671 22697

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Avia Solutions Group est désormais une société irlandaise

VILNIUS, Lituanie, 03 mars 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Avia Solutions Group, grand groupe du secteur de l’aviation, a installé son siège en Irlande. Depuis le transfert de son siège social à Dublin, le groupe est également devenu la deuxième entreprise du secteur irlandais de l’aviation, derrière le géant Ryanair.

« Le déménagement de notre siège social en Irlande était une décision stratégique importante pour nous vis-à-vis de nos projets de développement, » explique Jonas Janukenas, PDG d’Avia Solutions Group. « L’Irlande est aujourd’hui un pôle de l’aéronautique. Un grand nombre de sociétés du secteur de l’aviation y sont implantées. Par conséquent, en nous rapprochant de cette communauté, nous serons en mesure de mettre en œuvre plus rapidement les plans de développement du groupe et de conserver notre position de leader du marché. »

Selon M. Janukenas, les instruments financiers de la société à la Bourse de Dublin ont été acquis par les plus grands investisseurs institutionnels du monde situés aux États-Unis et en Europe. C’était donc une raison supplémentaire pour choisir l’Irlande.

Le groupe possède des bureaux à travers le monde : en Irlande, en Lituanie, aux États-Unis, aux Émirats arabes unis, en Afrique du Sud, en Australie et en Asie-Pacifique.

Avia Solutions Group est le plus grand groupe de services ACMI (exploitation d’avions tout compris) au monde, avec une flotte comportant plus de 165 appareils. Le groupe propose également divers services aéronautiques, tels que la maintenance, la formation des pilotes et des équipages, les services au sol et autres. Avia Solutions Group emploie plus de 11 000 professionnels de l’aviation hautement qualifiés dans différentes régions du monde.

À propos d’Avia Solutions Group

Avia Solutions Group est le plus grand fournisseur mondial de services ACMI (exploitation d’avions tout compris) avec une flotte comportant plus de 165 appareils. Il s’agit de la société mère de SmartLynx Airlines, Avion Express, BBN Airlines, KlasJet, Magma Aviation et d’autres, qui exercent leurs activités sur tous les continents. Le groupe fournit également divers services aéronautiques tels que les services MRO (maintenance, réparation et remise en état), la formation des pilotes et des équipages, les services au sol et d’autres solutions connexes. Avia Solutions Group est soutenu par plus de 11 000 professionnels de l’aviation hautement qualifiés dans le monde entier.

Pour plus d’informations, veuillez consulter le site : www.aviasg.com 

Contact média :
Silvija Jakiene
Directrice de la communication
Avia Solutions Group
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+370 671 22697

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Civil society groups launch Global Charter for Fisheries Transparency at 2023 Our Ocean conference

The launch of the Charter by the Coalition for Fisheries Transparency lays out a new roadmap to advance marine governance around the world.

PANAMA CITY, Panama, March 02, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Coalition for Fisheries Transparency – a new international community of civil society organizations – today launched the Global Charter for Fisheries Transparency. The Charter pinpoints the most essential policy priorities needed to combat fisheries mismanagement, illegal fishing, and human rights abuses at sea. Experts, ministers, and delegates from international organizations and companies around the world discussed the benefits of the Global Charter for Fisheries Transparency at Our Ocean conference in Panama this Thursday and Friday – an annual meeting for countries, civil society and industry to announce significant actions to safeguard the world’s oceans.

“Ghana recognizes the critical role that transparency plays in the fight against illegal fishing to protect livelihoods and provide food security to our coastal communities,” said Hon. Mavis Hawa Koomson, Ghana’s Minister of Fisheries and Aquaculture Development. “With the significant progress Ghana has made in the last year on ending harmful fishing practices that have encouraged illegal fishing in our waters, we are now working towards making greater efforts towards sustaining fisheries transparency in Ghana.”

Prof. Maxine Burkett, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Oceans, Fisheries and Polar Affairs at the U.S. Department of State, highlighted how the U.S. plays a leading role in increasing transparency in global fisheries.

“Last year, President Biden released a National Security Memorandum that recognizes the importance of transparency for combating illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) fishing and associated forced labor abuses,” she said. “By enhancing productive information-sharing, the Global Charter for Fisheries Transparency will serve as an important complement to the U.S. government’s activities to end IUU fishing through improving fisheries and ocean governance, increasing enforcement efforts, and raising ambition to end IUU fishing globally.

Additionally, global partnership initiatives, like the Fisheries Transparency Initiative (FiTI), emphasized the importance of equal, multi-stakeholder collaboration to increase transparency in coastal countries for achieving sustainably managed marine fisheries.

“Given the complexity of fisheries governance, multiple transparency efforts are needed to address the various challenges of unsustainable marine fisheries, such as overfishing, IUU fishing, unequal access to fisheries resources, and unfair benefit sharing,” said Dr. Valeria Merino, Chair of the International Board of the Fisheries Transparency Initiative (FiTI). “The 10 principles of the Global Charter for Fisheries Transparency recognize the need for a comprehensive and coordinated approach to fisheries transparency, and has the potential to support existing global endeavors, such as the FiTI, through a much-needed mobilization of civil society organizations to ensure that marine fishing activities are legal, ethical, and sustainable.”

Finally, the role of the civil society to maximize collective impact to improve transparency has been underlined by Mr. Wakao Hanaoka, Chief Executive Officer of Seafood Legacy (Japan), and a steering committee member of the Coalition for Fisheries Transparency. “Our membership in the Coalition for Fisheries Transparency represents a voice of an international community that allows us to strengthen and amplify our efforts amongst the seafood industry and government towards achieving our goal of making Japan a global leader in environmental sustainability and social responsibility,” he explained.

The Global Charter for Fisheries Transparency lays out a new roadmap to advance marine governance internationally, by providing a set of advocacy principles that are both effective and achievable by all stakeholders involved in fisheries governance and management.

“Continuous advocacy efforts by civil society organizations are critical to improving fisheries governance internationally as well as protecting the ocean and the people who depend on its resources,” commented Maisie Pigeon, Director of the Coalition for Fisheries Transparency. “The Coalition’s mission to deliver an urgent shift towards greater transparency in fisheries will be achieved through supporting our members in developing joint strategies, harmonizing and strengthening efforts, and finally – closing transparency policy gaps in fisheries governance,” she concluded.

Through civil society organizations from around the world, the Coalition for Fisheries Transparency calls on governments to apply the Charter’s principles in legislation and practice.

Press contact: Agata Mrowiec agata@fisheriestransparency.net +34 608 517 552

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