KEI is Flying High with SITA....Again!

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Knight Electronics International reactives its SITA account and rejoins the airline community as a supplier for aviation and aerospace.

After a three year absence from the SITA community, Knight Electronics International, (KEI), is proud to have its original SITA account re-activated and live, ready to be a major supplier for the aviation community once again.

KEI had an active SITA account from 1995 to 2007. It enjoyed thriving relationships with both domestic and international airlines such as USAIR, Delta, LAN Chile, Mexicana Airlines, Aerolineas Argentinas, Gestair, Lufthansa, Turkish Air, and a select few others. However, due to an infrastructure change in 2007 within the organization, the company’s SITA subscription was not renewed at the end of the year. Although some of these relations continued to exist, the importance of maintaining strong aviation alliances through SITA escalated as SITA continued to be the number 1 venue for aviation products and solutions.

After recent discussions over the last couple months between the CEO and key account managers, it was decided to move forward with the re-implementation of their SITA account as well as re-creating the aviation division to cater solely to that sector.

As everyone is well-aware, SITA is the world leader in airline communications as well as a product order administration medium. The organization was created in 1949 and is owned by the airline community. With over 500 members and 3,200 customers, it was an easy decision by KEI to re-join the aviation community in this venue to help regain the market share it enjoyed in the mid-1990s. And with the addition of bringing back its aviation division, KEI clientele will again enjoy personalized customer service in regards to their electronic component and electro-mechanical needs, as well as making sure that AOG requirements are met quickly and efficiently to make sure that airliners stay airborne.

To learn more about KEI and how it can be a part of your supply chain for you airline’s needs, visit their website:, or call (516) 365-3830.


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