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AIM Altitude launches new website

Posted 3 October 2016 · Add Comment

AIM Altitude has officially launched its new website.

The company, which has offices in Dubai, said the new website is visual, conveying the design flair of the company, while allowing the exploration of AIM Altitude’s full range of services. The product pages take visitors on through some of the interiors created by AIM Altitude, including the Emirates horseshoe bar, the traditional influences of the China Airlines Sky Lounge, the Qatar A380 lounge and the Flying Maiden of Virgin Australia. 

Details are given on AIM Altitude’s market-leading Galleys and Stowages and the capabilities of AIM Composites. Services covered include design, engineering and manufacture, product support and a full spare-part search facility.

A regularly updated news area helps the industry to keep abreast of the fast-paced activity at AIM Altitude, while a recruitment page shows current opportunities to join the team.

Natalie Varney, marketing executive at AIM Altitude, said: “We have worked hard to ensure the new website encompasses all the relevant information required by our customers whilst also displaying some of the personality of the company and showcasing the design concepts that AIM Altitude is able to make a reality.”

 

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