3 July 2017
AerData, a Boeing Company, are delighted to announce the relocation of their Schiphol office to a newly refurbished, purpose built office space in Hoogoorddreef, Amsterdam Zuidoost, from 3rd July. The new office is 16 KM away from the current location and unites AerData with their parent company, Boeing, who are already established in the Amerika Building.
The relocation comes as a result of the company’s phenomenal growth over the past few years, and switching its expanding operation to new, state-of-the-art offices means the company can further grow to support the market needs.
Commenting on the announcement, Matt Bull, chief executive officer, AerData said, “This move is the latest in the ongoing development of our business. Our new office space will promote a positive and creative atmosphere that allows our team members to excel at delivering excellent products, services, and support to the industry. A successful company is all about the people and the move highlights our commitment to the team.”
The new address is:
1101 BA Amsterdam Zuidoost
Phone: +31 20 655 9000
AerData, a Boeing Company, provides lease management, records management, engine fleet planning and audit and inspection software as well as technical and back office services for aircraft and engine operators, lessors and MROs. With a strong customer focus, AerData delivers a reliable and secure service to its clients using latest technologies and state of the art infrastructure.
AerData is part of the Digital Aviation and Analytics business unit within Boeing Global Services. Boeing offers the industry’s largest portfolio of support and services solutions, providing customers a competitive advantage by solving real operational problems, enabling better decisions, maximizing efficiency and improving environmental performance – intelligent information solutions across the entire aviation ecosystem.
Sharon Heaton, Marketing Executive, AerData
Phone: +44 1293 842 438
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