AVSTAR Aviation Announces Acquisition Plans for 2010: Over 35 Opportunities for Expansion; Potential for Millions in Revenues

SOURCE: AVSTAR Aviation Group

HOUSTON, TX–(Marketwire – August 4, 2010) –  AVSTAR Aviation Group (PINKSHEETS: AAVG) is proud to update shareholders and potential investors alike about their recent acquisition success and the possibility of expanding their portfolio for 2010. AVSTAR Aviation is a full service aviation maintenance company, a non-scheduled air carrier, and a full service Fixed Base Operator (FBO). AVSTAR is focused on internal expansion of its existing assets along with acquiring assets such as small second tier fixed-base-operations nationwide in order to consolidate the company into a brand that travelers, independent airlines, and general aviation operators can turn to for the same excellent service and products no matter which location they visit. 

The acquisition of Twin Air Calypso Limited, Inc. is the initial step in the expansion of AVSTAR into the airline sector of the aviation industry. The principals and management of Twin Air Calypso Limited, Inc. have provided service to the Bahamas from South Florida since 1954. AVSTAR has immediate plans to add service to and from several South Florida destination airports, including Miami and West Palm Beach. As mentioned in The Miami Herald on August 3, 2010: “As the gateway to Latin America and the Caribbean, Miami International Airport operates 87 scheduled and charter airlines and counted more than 347,000 flight operations last year — thus generating the lion’s share of the region’s commercial aviation business. That volume acts as a magnet for companies offering goods and services to the sector.” 

Read Full Article: http://www.miamiherald.com/2010/08/01/1754484/flying-high-south-florida-is-a.html#ixzz0vdDp94mF). 

As the article also mentions, the South Florida Aviation Sector generates around $29.1 billion. That’s almost 25 percent of the county’s total economy. AVSTAR will capitalize on the consistent demand for reliable travel to the Bahamas along with providing premier services and products for the general aviation community.

The AVSTAR team has completed a proprietary market analysis of the FBO market in the light jet segment and has determined that there are over 35 excellent opportunities for potential acquisitions based on traffic trends, geographic opportunities, competitive pricing models and on-field market dynamics. AVSTAR Aviation is currently in discussions with the owners of these targets and is actively raising equity capital that will enable them to be opportunistic and profitable in the aviation sector in 2010 and beyond. Expected annual revenues run between $7 and $9 million through this growth; with continued growth opportunities in 2011, AVSTAR is projecting that they could double those numbers.

About AVSTAR Aviation: AVSTAR Aviation Group, Inc. (“AVSTAR “) has a main focus on acquiring, consolidating, and growing businesses in the aviation industry. Also, the company is focusing on acquiring and/or developing companies that provide products and services for the general aviation service business. For more information please visit, www.avstarinc.com  

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