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Name: EVERGREEN INTERNATIONAL
7JetSet7 Code: EVR
Status: Currently Not Operational
Region: NORTH AMERICA
City: MCMINNVILLE
Country: USA
Employees 530
Web: evergreenaviation.com
Email: simon.allsop@evergreenaviation.com
Telephone: +1 (503) 472-0011
Fax: +1 (503) 434-4210
Sita: HDQSSEZ
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EVR-2003-09-B
EVR-2003-09-C
EVR-2003-09-D
EVR-2003-09-E
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EVR-2004-05-NEWS
EVR-2005 9 MTHS
EVR-2005-1ST6MTHS TRAFFIC
EVR-2007-STATS-A
EVR-2007-TOP-WLD-CARGO
EVR-2012-03 - EVERGREEN MAINTENANCE CENTER-A
EVR-2012-03 - EVERGREEN MAINTENANCE CENTER-B
EVR-2012-03 - EVERGREEN MAINTENANCE CENTER-C
EVR-MAINTENANCE MRO
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FORMED AND STARTED OPERATIONS IN 1975. DOMESTIC & INTERNATIONAL, SCHEDULED & CHARTER, CARGO, JET AIRPLANE SERVICES.

ADDRESS:
3850 THREE MILE LANE
MCMINNVILLE, Oregon OR 97128-9409, USA

USA (United States of America) was established in 1776, it covers an area of 9,363,123 sq km, its population is 280 million, its capital city is Washington DC, and its official language is English.

Evergreen International Airlines (EVR) traces its history to 1924 and the foundation of Johnson Flying Service. The company's air operator's certificate (AOC) was acquired by Evergreen Helicopters in 1960. Re-branded as Evergreen International Airlines (EVR) on the 28th November, 1975. The holding company Evergreen International Aviation was formed in 1979, becoming the parent company to the airline and the helicopter company, as well as six other subsidiaries in the aviation and agricultural sectors. In August 2007, the airline took operational control of the Boeing (TBC) 747-400 Dreamlifter fleet from Boeing, but that control tranferred to Atlas Air Worldwide (TLS).

MARCH 1989: ACCDT - (EVR) DC-9 CARGO DOOR SEPARATION = 2 FATALITIES.

JANUARY 1993: 1992 = +$3.5 MILLION (+$10 MILLION) (NET PROFIT): -26.1% (FTK) FREIGHT TRAFFIC.

OCTOBER 1993: EVERGREEN INTERNATIONAL AIRLINES (EVR) IS A CONTRACT CARGO AIRLINE, INCLUDING CUSTOMIZED CHARTERS. IT IS A SCHEDULED CARRIER ON USA TO MAINLAND CHINA, AND HONG KONG.

(EVR) ALSO HAS FACILITIES LOCATED AT EVERGREEN AIR CENTER (EAC), MARANA, ARIZONA.

1 747-200B, EX-SAUDI ARABIAN (SVA).

JANUARY 1994: 1993 = -$8.1 MILLION (NET LOSS).

JULY 1994: 2ND QUARTER = -$9.7 MILLION (-$3.9 MILLION). 1ST 6 MONTHS = -$16.7 MILLION (-$8.1 MILLION).

MARCH 1995: 1 DC-8-73F (CFM56-2C1) TO (DHL).

FEBRUARY 1996: ALL CARGO SERVICE TO CHINA.

2 747SR-46F'S (20784, 21033) RETURNED FROM UNITED PARCEL SERVICE (UPS).

APRIL 1997: 1ST QUARTER = -$5.56 MILLION (-$5.55 MILLION). 1996 = 451.2 MILLION (FTM) FREIGHT TRAFFIC.

JUNE 1997: 450 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 200 FLIGHT CREW (FC)).

JULY 1997: 1996 = -$11.41 MILLION (-$10.82 MILLION). 2ND QUARTER = +$23.62 MILLION (-$2.48 MILLION).

OCTOBER 1997: 3RD QUARTER = +$1.33 MILLION (-$3.32 MILLION).

DECEMBER 1997: 1 747-200F, WET-LEASED TO FAST AIRWAYS (FWY) NAIROBI, KENYA FOR CARGO SERVICES TO JAPAN.

JANUARY 1998: $40 MILLION FOR 25 (JT9D) ENGINES BY (P&W) EAGLE SERVICES, CHESHIRE, CONNECTICUT, FOR 3 YEARS.

(http://www.evergreenaviation.com).

APRIL 1998: 500 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 165 FLIGHT CREW (FC) & 180 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).

(eiasales@evergreenaviation.com).

1ST QUARTER MAINTENANCE EXPENSES = $17.12 MILLION (28.63% OF TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES).

DC-8-62AF (46022) TO TRANS CONTINENTAL AIRLINES (TSS), MINNESOTA, VIA VENTURE HOLDINGS.

MAY 1998: 1ST 4 MONTHS = 259 MILLION (FTK) FREIGHT TRAFFIC (+18.3%).

JUNE 1998: 747-121F (19657) SCRAPPED.

AUGUST 1998: PURCHASING 2 747-100'S, EX-EL AL (ELA).

OCTOBER 1998: 2ND QUARTER = -$4,000 (+$23.62 MILLION). 1997 = +$21.2 MILLION (-$11.4 MILLION). 3RD QUARTER = -$3.316 MILLION (+$1.315 MILLION): $16.78 MILLION MAINTENANCE COSTS (28.17% OF OPERATING EXPENSES).

441 EMPLOYEES (FULL +1/2 PART-TIME).

1 747-128F (19751) EX-POLAR AIR CARGO (PAO), ISRAELI AIRCRAFT INDUSTRIES (IAI) LEASED.

NOVEMBER 1998: 747-128F, WET-LEASED TO WINNPORT AIR CARGO, CANADA FOR 1 YEAR FOR START-UP CARGO SERVICE, WINNIPEG - SHENZHEN, CHINA. ADDS BISMARK - FARGO - SIOUX FALLS - INDIANAPOLIS, FOR USA POSTAL SERVICE.

DECEMBER 1998: MEMBER OF NATIONAL AIR CARRIER ASSOCIATION (NACA): INCLUDING (CKF), (OAE), (MIB), (AAT), (TOW), & (WLD).

DC-9-33F (47191), "C" CHECK AT AVTEL SERVICES.

MARCH 1999: 2 DC-9-33F (47193; 47408), EX-INDEPENDENT AIR FREIGHTERS (IRF), AUSTRALIA.

APRIL 1999: 550 EMPLOYEES. SITA: HDQSSEZ.

STARTED FREIGHTER SERVICE, SAN FRANCISCO (SFO) TO TAIPEI.

1ST QUARTER = +$5.29 MILLION (NET PROFIT).

2 747-100F (JT9D-7A), 1 YEAR WET-LEASED TO EMERY WORLDWIDE (EAF). 747'S BEING USED FOR HUMANITARIAN AIRLIFT FOR REFUGEES IN ALBANIA AS PART OF CIVIL RESERVE AIR FLEET (CRAF).

JULY 1999: PENNY & GILES AEROSPACE, KANSAS, ORDER FOR ENGINE INSTRUMENT DISPLAY SYSTEMS (EIDS), FOR 10 747'S.

1ST 7 MONTHS = 659 MILLION (FTK) FREIGHT TRAFFIC (-17.15%).

SEPTEMBER 1999: DELFORD SMITH, EVERGREEN INTERNATIONAL (EVR) FOUNDER IS AWARDED THE "WRIGHT BROTHERS" MEMORIAL TROPHY BY THE NATIONAL AERONAUTIC ASSOCIATION.

OCTOBER 1999: 2ND QUARTER = +$2.13 MILLION: MAINTENANCE COSTS $20.81 MILLION (27.34% OF DIRECT OPERATING COSTS (DOC)).

NOVEMBER 1999: 1998 = -$3.69 MILLION (+$21.20 MILLION): 871.9 MILLION (FTM) FREIGHT TRAFFIC (671.1 MILLION).

JANUARY 2000: JOE O'GORMAN, EX-RENO AIR (RNO), & UNITED AIRLINES (UAL), PRESIDENT & CEO. TIMOTHY WAHLBERG, CHAIRMAN, REPLACING DEL SMITH, FOUNDER & OWNER.

4TH QUARTER MAINTENANCE COSTS = $29.29 MILLION (31.63% OF DIRECT OPERATING COSTS (DOC)).

MARCH 2000: 1 747-200F WET-LEASED 3 YEARS TO ASIANA AIRLINES (AAR).

APRIL 2000: 529 EMPLOYEES.

HUBS: NEW YORK (JFK), & HONG KONG.

(eiasales@evergreenaviation.com).

MAY 2000: COLUMBUS (RICKENBACKER) FREIGHTER SERVICE TO SINGAPORE (3/WEEK). DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (DOT) OK'S ROUTES TO ARGENTINA, INCLUDING INTERMEDIATE, & BEYOND.

JULY 2000: 1999 = +$11.89 Million (-$3.69 Million): 1.16 Billion (FTK) freight traffic (-9%); 594 employees (+15.6%).

(http://www.evergreenairlines.com).

2 DC-9-30F'S (47414; 47220) RETURNED TO FIRST SECURITY BANK, SOLD TO USA JET (USB). 3RD (47355) TO (USB). 1 747-200 6 MONTH WET-LEASED TO (UPS).

FEBRUARY 2001: TREVOR VAN HORN, PRESIDENT, EVERGREEN AIR CENTER, MARANA, ARIZONA.

EVERGREEN AIR CENTER (EAC) NOW STORING 150 AIRPLANES, AND EXPECTS 240, BY END OF 2001. 30 WERE PARTED OUT IN 2000.

4TH Quarter = +$4.28 Million.

APRIL 2001: 550 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 210 FLIGHT CREW (FC), & 220 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).

MAY 2001: 1ST Quarter = -$6.7 Million (+6%).

1 747-212F (20888, /74), EX-SOUTHERN (SOF), PACIFIC HARBOR CAPITAL LEASED. BASES A DC-9 IN ALASKA FOR CARGO SERVICE STATEWIDE. LATER, PLANS TO ADD PASSENGER SERVICE, WITH OTHER AIRPLANES, FOR ADAK, AND RUSSIA FAR EAST, TO SERVE THE OIL INDUSTRY, ON SAKHALIN ISLAND.

JUNE 2001: 1 747-131F (20320) SOLD TO FLETCHER AVIATION SERVICES, NEVADA.

AUGUST 2001: TO RESUME SCHEDULED PASSENGER OPERATIONS LATER IN 2001. OK FOR SUBSIDIZED (COMBI) SERVICE ANCHORAGE TO ADAK ASLAND (727QC). IN THE INTERIM, DC-9 ALL-CARGO SERVICE, TO ADAK.

NOVEMBER 2001: (info@evergreenaviation.com). SITA: HDQSSEZ.

3RD QUARTER MAINTENANCE COSTS = $11.06 MILLION (+92.8%).

APRIL 2002: 419 EMPLOYEES.

MAIN BASE: NEW YORK - KENNEDY INTERNATIONAL (JFK).

HUBS: RICKENBACKER INTERNATIONAL (LCK); COLUMBUS METROPOLITAN (CSG); & HONG KONG INTERNATIONAL (HKG).

July 2002: 2001 = -$24.81 Million (-$1.62 Million): 645.83 Million (FTK) freight traffic (-44.2%); 419 employees (-16.9%). 6 months = 23.85 Million (FTK) (-83.07%).

March 2003: An international court jury ruled that Asiana Airlines (AAR) had to pay $16.6 Million in damages to Evergreen International (EVR) for breaking a contract to fly an (EVR) wet-leased 747F for 3 years.

April 2003: 419 employees.

July 2003: 530 employees. (http://www.evergreenairlines.com).

USA Department of Transport (DOT) selected 6 carriers to operate cargo services between Hong Kong and 3rd country cities in conjunction with USA - Hong Kong services: Fedex (FED), United Parcel Services (UPS), Evergreen International (EVR), Kalitta Air Services (KAC), Northwest Airlines (NWA), & Polar Air Cargo (PAO).

January 2004: John A Irwin, CFO.

April 2004: 1st Quarter = 190.81 Million (FTK) freight traffic (-15.04%).

May 2004: Evergreen International Aviation (EVR) has developed a 747 Supertanker (for firefighting) with 24,000 gallon tank, pressurized flow system to enable airplanes to fly at 400 to 800 ft (vs 200 ft for current tankers), and (GPS)/(FLIR) for enhanced navigation and possible night operation. It is testing its 1st airplane (modified 747-273F (20653, N470EV)) and expects certification by July 4th.

December 2004: 530 employees.

In June, Columbus (Ohio) - Nagoya (747F, 5/week).

(http://www.evergreenairlines.com). (eisales@evergreenairlines.com).

April 2005: 434 employees.

June 2005: 2 747-230SF's (23286, N487EV; 23287, N488EV), bought from Lufthansa Cargo (LUB).

August 2005: 1st of 2 747-230F's deliveries, ex-(LUB).

September 2005: Evergreen Sales & Leasing buys 747-282B (21035, N559EV), from Pakistan International (PIA).

November 2005: Evergreen International Aviation (EVR) of Oregon named Brian Bauer as President; Raymond Wright as Executive VP of Evergreen International Airlines (EVR), and Tim Wahlberg, Chairman of (EVR)'s board of directors.

December 2005: Boeing (TBC) selected Evergreen International Airlines (EVR) to operate the fleet of three specially modified 747-400LCFs that will transport major assemblies for the 787. (EVR) will fly routes to and from the USA and Japan and will contract with Cargolux (CLX) for European flights. Sojitz Corporation will coordinate logistics and services for Japanese routes.

April 2006: Evergreen Air Center will break ground on a new wide body hangar at Pinal Air Park in Marana, Arizona, on April 18. The 87,000 sq ft hangar set to open in early 2007, will be able to accommodate the 747-400 Large Cargo Freighter that will be used to deliver 787 wing and fuselage assemblies to Boeing (TBC). Evergreen International (EVR) Aviation will operate and maintain the airplane on behalf of Boeing.

July 2006: Evergreen International Airways (EVR) is a contract freight carrier offering long and short term charters and scheduled jet airplane flights, together with wet-lease services for other airlines worldwide. It also flies jet airplanes for the USA Military and the USA Postal Service, and undertakes ad hoc charter flights.

(IATA) Code: EZ - 494. (ICAO) Code: EIA (Callsign - EVERGREEN).

Parent organization/shareholders: Evergreen International Aviation (Delford Smith) (100%).

Main Bases: Rickenbacker International airport (LCK); New York Kennedy International airport (JFK); & Columbus Metropolitan airport (CSG).

Hubs: Hong Kong International airport (HKG).

Domestic, freight destinations: Adak Island; Anchorage; Cold Bay; Columbus Ohio; & New York.

International, Scheduled Destinations: Gander; Gothenburg; Helsinki; Hong Kong; Jakarta; & Sapporo.

DC-9-31 (47083, N953N) bought from Northwest Airlines (NWA).

August 2006: 747-230BF (23393, N489EV), delivery, ex-Air Atlanta Icelandic (AID), ex-(TF-AMH).

July 2007: 747SR-46F (21033, N478EV), withdrawn from use (WFU) at Marana. 1 order 747-230F (24138) bought from Air Atlanta Icelandic (AID), ex-(TF-ARV).

October 2007: Atlant-Soyuz (AXX) is setting up a new Russian cargo airline with Evergreen International (EVR) using (EVR) 747-200Fs. Atlant-Soyuz (AXX) will provide Il-96-400Ts for delivery in 2008 to 2011.

November 2007: 1st 6 months = 527 million (FTK)s freight traffic (-6.26%).

December 2007: Evergreen International Airlines(EVR) is currently accepting Flight Crew (FC) resumes and is interviewing. The carrier expects its next class to be in early 2008.

January 2008: 2007 Performance Statistics: 1.10 billion (FTK)s (-10.44%) freight traffic. SEE ATTACHED - - "EVR-2007-STATS."

May 2008: Evergreen International Airlines (EVR) is currently accepting resumes and interviewing. (EVR) hired 20 pilots (FC) in April, and will conduct a class in June.

August 2008: Evergreen International Airlines (EVR) is currently accepting flight crew (FC) resumes and planning classes of 6 pilot (FC) second in command (SIC)s through August.

September 2008: The USA Department of Transportation (DOT) tentatively granted Oregon-based, Evergreen International Airlines (EVR) authority to operate six weekly round trip cargo flights between New York (JFK) and Shanghai from March 25. Flights would make stops at Chicago O'Hare, Dallas/Fort Worth, and Columbus. (EVR) is scheduled to take delivery of three 747-400BCFs next year. FedEx (FED), Northwest Airlines (NWA), Polar Air Cargo (PAO), and (UPS) are the four USA carriers that currently have USA - China freighter rights.

Evergreen International Airlines (EVR) is currently accepting flight crew (FC) resumes.

November 2008: 1st 6 months = 452.78 million (FTK)s freight traffic (-14.08%).

SEE ATTACHED - - "EVR-2007-TOP-WLD-CARGO."

February 2009: Pratt & Whitney (P&W) reached a four-year deal with Evergreen International Airlines (EVR) to provide line maintenance services for (PW4000), (JT9D) and (CF6) engines. The agreement includes engine changes and is renewable up to 20 additional years.

July 2009: 747-132F (19896, N481EV), donated to Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum, McMinnville, Oregon.

October 2009: According to its website, Evergreen International (EVR) is hiring a Chief Pilot in McMinnville, Oregon.

May 2010: 747-412F (26561, N491EV), ex-Singapore Airlines Cargo (SQC), ex-(9V-SFB).

July 2010: Evergreen International Airways (EVR) is a contract freight carrier offering long and short term charters, as well as scheduled jet airplane flights, together with wet-lease services for other airlines worldwide. It also flies jet airplanes for the USA Military and the USA Postal Service (USPS), and undertakes ad hoc charter flights.

Employees = 530.

(IATA) Code: EZ - 494. (ICAO) Code: EIA (Callsign - EVERGREEN).

Parent organization/shareholders: Evergreen International Aviation (Delford Smith) (100%).

Main Bases: Rickenbacker International airport (LCK); & Columbus Metropolitan airport (CSG).

Hubs: New York Kennedy International airport (JFK); & Hong Kong International airport (HKG).

Domestic, freight destinations: Adak Island; Anchorage; Cold Bay; Columbus Ohio; & New York.

International, Scheduled Destinations: Gander; Gothenburg; Helsinki; Hong Kong; Jakarta; & Sapporo.

August 2010: Evergreen International Airlines (EVR), the Oregon-based 747F freighter operator, faces a challenge on the labor front following its pilots (FC)'s rejection of a tentative collective bargaining agreement (TA). The Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA), which represents (EVR)'s 217 flight crew (FC), said in a statement that 92% of cockpit crew (FC) voted against accepting the agreement.

"The flight crew (FC) members could not get past the fact that they are working under 1999 wages and work rules and would have continued to do so for another two years under the rejected tentative agreement (TA)," (ALPA) said.

The (TA) was reached in April following 2.5 years of negotiations between (ALPA) and (EVR) management. Prior to being represented by (ALPA), the pilots (FC) negotiated with management for more than >3 years as an independent union. (ALPA) said, "We are aware that the holding company is struggling to meet substantial debt obligations, but are convinced that the airline can afford reasonable improvements in wages and working conditions for its employees.

The USA National Mediation Board (NMB) is overseeing the talks. The pilots (FC) will not be allowed to strike until after they are released from negotiations by the (NMB) and observe a 30-day cooling off period.

(EVR) employs about 227 pilots (FC) and flight engineers who fly an all-Boeing-747 fleet for customers under charter or contract freighter operations, such as the Air Mobility Command, British Airways (BAB) Cargo, Swiss (CSR) Cargo, and (UPS), among others.

September 2010: The USA (FAA) proposed a $4.9 million civil penalty against Evergreen International Airlines (EVR) for "allegedly using pilots (FC) on 232 revenue flights, who had not been trained in accordance with an (FAA)-approved training program." (EVR) operated the improper flights between February 19 and July 9, 2009 "on airplanes equipped with a new flight management system (FMS) that was different enough from the prior system that it required a specific training program for pilots (FC), who were flying the airplanes," the (FAA) said in a statement. "The (FAA) alleges (EVR) did not complete its (FAA)-approved training for pilots (FC) before assigning them to fly revenue trips using the new (FMS)."

The (FAA) said that while (EVR) line pilots (FC) received ground training and a check ride on the new (FMS), "(EVR) did not provide required familiarization flights supervised by (EVR)s check pilots (FC), despite being told to do so by the (FAA). The familiarization flights are part of the (FAA)-approved training program for (EVR) airplanes equipped with the (FMS)."

(EVR) subsequently "ensured the [FAA] that its pilots (FC) are trained in accordance with its (FAA)-approved training program and continues to operate under an (FAA)-approved training program," the (FAA) stated.

Administrator, Randy Babbit said that, though (EVR) currently is in compliance, "this penalty is appropriate because requiring operators to complete required, approved training is the only way to make sure crews (FC) are fully qualified to operate the equipment and systems to manage flights safely." (EVR) has 30 days to respond to the (FAA).

January 2011: Pilots (FC) and flight engineers at Evergreen International Airlines (EVR) have approved a strike if negotiations fail to produce an acceptable contract. The Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA) will now ask the National Mediation Board (NMB) to order arbitration with (EVR), which is required before a strike date can be set.

(ALPA) announced that 97% of (EVR) crew members would support a lawful strike if a satisfactory collective agreement is not reached with management. (ALPA), which represents (EVR)'s 228 flight crew (FC), said in a statement that 86% of eligible pilots (FC) voted in the poll. Crew members have been in negotiations since 2005.

(ALPA) said the parties are tentatively scheduled to go back to the negotiating table in February and remain under the jurisdiction of the USA National Mediation Board. A strike could ensue only after the (NMB) releases the parties into economic self-help after the expiration of a 30-day cooling-off period, it noted. The crew members are working under the current collective bargaining agreement, which has been in place since 1999, said (ALPA) Chairman, William Fink. It is just unacceptable to continue down this path.

February 2011: Evergreen International (EVR) is not currently accepting flight crew (FC) applications.

June 2011: Relativity Capital agreed to acquire Arizona-based, Evergreen Maintenance Center (EMC), an airplane storage and maintenance facility with 20 million sq ft of ramp and storage area, accommodating over 400 airplanes, it said. (EMC) is an (FAA)-approved FAR Part 145 repair station with an (FAA) Class IV Airframe Rate.

November 2011: Evergreen Maintenance Center (EMC) appointed Hal Heule as Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

December 2011: Evergreen International Airlines (EVR) has signed up for a 747-400 passenger-to-freighter conversion that will be delivered in 2012. The 747-400 will be the first of the type to enter (EVR)'s fleet.

Boeing (TBC) said the conversion will mark its 50th 747-400F converted freighter. (TBC) contracts out the touch work to Taikoo Aircraft Engineering in Xiamen, China.

Boeing (TBC) VP Freighter Conversions, Dan da Silva said that carriers such as (EVR) are prime candidates for 747-400 conversions: "When you look at the larger 747 conversion market, there are still airlines in the world utilizing the old 747-200F freighters. With the price of fuel where it is and the fact that the 747-200 requires a three-man crew, you can see that those airlines that are still operating 747-200s are very likely to go to a newer airplane going forward. But if theyre still operating 747-200s, it's very unlikely they are going to jump into the 747-8F [freighter]. So we look at all of those airlines as very good candidates for 747-400 converted freighters."

(EVR) operates a fleet of nine 747-200Fs and one production 747-400F. President, Blair Berselli said the 747-400 converted freighter "will bring improvements in economics, efficiency and environmental performance."

Modifications to the airplane will include the addition of a side cargo door, a strengthened main-deck floor, full main-deck lining installation, provisions for a new cargo handling system and revisions to airplane systems. The converted freighter has positions for 30 pallets on the main deck.

March 2012: Evergreen International (EVR) has retired its last remaining 747-132F (19898, N479EV). It currently operates nine 747-200Fs and two 747-400Fs.

May 2012: Evergreen Aviation Technologies has renewed an airframe maintenance contract with Japanese carrier Skymark Airlines (SKM), extending the agreements through until 2017.

June 2012: Evergreen Aviation Technologies signed a multi-year agreement with All Nippon Airways (ANA) to perform heavy checks and related modification on (ANA)s fleet of 65 767s.

July 2012: Evergreen International Airlines (EVR) has taken delivery of the 50th 747-400BCF Boeing Converted Freighter. The airplane is the first to enter the Evergreen fleet and the 40th conversion completed by Taikoo Aircraft Engineering.

Marana Aerospace Solutions (EVR) has completed heavy maintenance checks on two 717-200 airplanes for Turkmenistan Airlines (TUE).

August 2012: Marana Aerospace Solutions (EVR) has completed heavy maintenance and interior reconfiguration on a 777-200ER for TAAG Angola Airlines (ANG). The project was managed by Cascade Engineering Services.

April 2013: Portland, Oregon-based Erickson Air-Crane has reached a stock purchase agreement to acquire Evergreen Helicopters, an operator of 64 airplanes (including helicopters and fixed-wing) with headquarters in McMinnville, Oregon. The acquisition is set to almost double the size of Erickson, which owns and operates a fleet of 18 S-64 heavy-lift Aircranes.

Established in 1960 by Delford Smith, Evergreen Helicopters offers a number of cargo and personnel transport services for commercial operators and government agencies, as well as the USA Military. Operations span North America, Africa, Asia Pacific, and the Middle East.

Erickson President & (CEO), Udo Rieder noted that the company is on the cusp of transforming our business. The agreement is worth $250 million, comprised of $185 million in cash, $17.5 million in promissory notes and four million preferred shares of Erickson valued at $47.5 million (at a cost of $11.85 per share). Erickson anticipates the transaction to close in second quarter 2013 following regulatory approvals. Along with an acquisition of Air Amazonia, Evergreen would operate a fleet of 100 airplanes following the Evergreen purchase.

Rieder said that Erickson is at the start of a new chapter. Never has our vision been broader, our opportunities greater, or our missions more important.

June 2013: Marana Aerospace Solutions will provide comprehensive end-of-life services for two retiring 757s. The facility does engine and parts removal, inspection, certification and overhaul, salvage and recycling, hazardous waste reclamation and hull disposal.

August 2013: According to FAPA.aero, Evergreen International (EVR) is not hiring flight crew (FC).

January 2014: Evergreen International Airlines ((IATA) Code: EZ, based at Marana) (EVR) has filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection less than two weeks after unsecured creditors sought to force the airline into involuntary bankruptcy. As first reported by "The Oregonian," the filing was made Tuesday, December 31 and estimates total assets of the collective Evergreen companies at up to USD 100 million and total debts up to USD 500 million. Also seeking Chapter 7 protection were affiliates including Evergreen Aviation Ground Logistics Enterprise; Evergreen Defense & Security Services; Evergreen International Aviation; Evergreen Systems Logistics; Evergreen Trade & Supertanker Services.

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EVR-747-200F
EVR-747-400BCF - 2012-07
EVR-747-400F - 2013-12
EVR-747F

January 2014:

0 727-22 (JT8D) (369-19140, /67 N742EV), EX-(UAL)/(TBL). IN STORAGE.

0 727-27C (JT8D HK) (330-19116, /66 N729EV), EX-(BNF)/(TBL). IN STORAGE.

0 727-78 (JT8D-7B HK) (99-18794, /64 N728EV), IN STORAGE.

1 747-121 (JT9D-7A) (4-19637, /69 N474EV; 106-20348, /70 N480EV), EX-(PAA) 1996-03. 19637 WFU. FREIGHTER.

0 747-128F (JT9D-7A) (39-19751, /70 N3203Y), EX-(AFA)/(PAO), (ARK) LSD 1998-10. WFU. FREIGHTER.

0 747-131F (JT9D-7A) (98-20320, /70 N742EV), EX-(TWA), (GAX) LSD, ST FLETCHER AV SVCS 2001-06. FREIGHTER.

0 747-132SF (JT9D-7A) (72-19896, /70 N481EV; 94-19898, /70 N479EV), EX-(DAL)/(PAA). 19896; DONATED TO EVERGREEN AVIATION & SPACE MUSEUM, MCMINNVILLE 2009-07. FREIGHTER.

2 747-212 (JT9D-7J) (218-20712, /73 N485EV; 219-20713, /73 N482EV), EX-(SIA)/(PAA) 1997-05. FREIGHTER.

1 747-212F (JT9D-7J) (240-20888, /74 N486EV), EX-(SIA)/(MKA)/(SOF), LSD 2001095, WET-LST (AAR), RTND (SEE 2003-03). FREIGHTER.

2 747-230B (SF) (CF6-50E2) (614-23286, N487EV; 617-23287, N488EV), EX-(LUB). BF (AID) 2005-07. FREIGHTER.

1 747-230B (SF) (CF6-50E2) (633-23393, /86 N489EV), EX-(AID), 2006-08. FREIGHTER.

1 747-230F (SCD) (CF6-50E2) (706-24138, /88 N490EV). (AID) LSD 2007-10. FREIGHTER.

0 747-251B (20356), PARTED OUT 2001-04. FREIGHTER.

2 747-273 (JT9D-7J) (209-20651, /73 N471EV; 237-20653, /74 N470EV), EX-(WLD), 20651 GROUNDED, 1 WET-LST (FWY), 1 WET-LST (UPS) 2000-07. 20653 CONVERTED TO WATER BOMBER 2004-07. FREIGHTER.

1 747-282B (JT9D-7A) (256-21035, /75 N559EV), EX-(TAP), BF (PIA) 2005-09. ST LOGISTIC AIR TO BALTIA AIR LINES (BLT) 2009-11. 18C, 384Y.

1 747-4H6F (25702, N493EV), (CSL) LSD 2012-05, EX-(N741WA). FREIGHTER.

1 747-4H6LCF (PW4056) (932-27042, /92 N718BA), (TBC) LSD 2010-02 IN "DREAMLIFTER" COLORS. FREIGHTER.

1 747-4J6LCF (PW4056) (904-25879, /92 N747BC), (TBC) LSD 2007-08.

1 747-446BCF (CF6-80C2B1F) (885-25308, /91 N492EV), EX-(JAL), EX-(JA8086) 2012-07. CONV TO F BY TAECO. FREIGHTER.

3 747-400LCF, (TBC) LSD 2005-12. FREIGHTER.

1 747-409LCF (PW4056) (778-24310, /90 N780BA), (TBC) LSD 2007-08 IN "DREAMLIFTER" COLORS. FREIGHTER.

1 747-412F (26561, N491EV), EX-(SQC), EX-(9V-SFB), 2010-05. FREIGHTER.

1 747-446 (25308, N492EV), EX-(N238AS). FREIGHTER.

2 747-46SR (JT9D-7A) (231-20784, /74 N477EV; 254-21033, /75 N478EV), EX-(JAL), LST (UPS) 1994-04. FREIGHTER.

2 DC-9-15F (JT8D-9A HK) (165-47044, /67 N916F; 207-47061, /67 N915F), 1 IN STORAGE. FREIGHTER.

1 DC-9-31 (JT8D-9A HK) (177-47083, N953N), BF (NWA) 2006-07. FREIGHTER.

0 DC-9-32F (JT8D-9 HK) (47220; 47335; RTND (FSB), LST (USB) 2000-07). FREIGHTER.

1 DC-9-33F (JT8D-9A HK) (280-47191, /68 N933F; 311-47193, /68 N941F; 467-47408, /69 N942F), "C" CHECKS MAINT AT AVTEL SVCS (47414 TO (USB) 2000-07). 47193; 47408 WFU. FREIGHTER.

1 DC-9-33F (JT8D-9A HK) (324-47194, /68 N944F; 337-47279, /68 N945F), 47279 WFU. FREIGHTER.

Management:
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DELFORD SMITH, FOUNDER, OWNER AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER (CEO).

TIMOTHY WAHLBERG, CHAIRMAN (2005-11).

BLAIR BERSELLI, PRESIDENT.

BRIAN BAUER, PRESIDENT (2005-11).

HAL HEULE, (CEO) EVERGREEN MAINTENANCE CENTER (2011-11).

TREVOR VAN HORN, PRESIDENT (EVR) AIR CENTER, MARANA (2001-02).

RAYMOND WRIGHT, EXECUTIVE VP OPERATIONS (2005-11).

ANTHONY BAUCKHAM, EXECUTIVE VP, SENIOR VP SALES & MARKETING (2000-11).

RANJIT SETH, SENIOR VP ASIA.

BOB WARREN, SENIOR VP FLIGHT OPERATIONS (HDQOOEZ).

STEVE LEONARD, CHIEF PILOT (steve.leonard@evergreenaviation.com).

PHIL FRISCHMUTH, 747 CHIEF PILOT (phil.frischmuth@evergreenaviation.com).

PHIL SPESSARD, DC-9 CHIEF PILOT (phil.spessard@evergreenaviation.com).

BOB WELCH, SENIOR VP MATERIAL, MAINTENANCE & ENGINEERING.

RYAN SMITH, VP FINANCE & CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER (CFO).

ED GERAGHTY, VP ENGINEERING & PLANNING.

TOM PITZER, VP MAINTENANCE (2001-03).

MIKE HINES, VP MATERIAL.

JOHN PALO, VP PLANNING, MILITARY & GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS.

DAVID JOHNSON, VP SOUTH PACIFIC.

DAVID HEATH, DIRECTOR ENGINEERING, (HDQOOEZ),
(david.heath@evergreenaviation.com), (eiaeng@evergreenaviation.com).

MOHAMMED AHMED, DIRECTOR QUALITY CONTROL (QC)/QUALITY ASSURANCE (QA) (2001-03).

HARRY JOHNSON, DIRECTOR AIRCRAFT PLANNING (1997-10).

CALVIN HARMON, DIRECTOR MARKET DEVELOPMENT.

 
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