The Ava-Air company launched by David Renard and his wife Elisabeth, is according to the “Curaçao Chronicle” dated April 1, 2017, in violation of international trademark rights. A conglomerate of Caribbean airlines incorporated in the United States, claims the name of AVA Airways Inc.
Is the local company Ava Air launched by David Renard and his wife Elisabeth, an offense for trademark infringement? According to the Curaçao Chronicle dated April 1, 2017 , several Caribbean airlines incorporated in the United States, in a conglomerate under the name of AVA Airways Inc., speak of violation of international trademark rights.
The president of AVA Airways Inc., Olivier Arrindell, said “having asked AVA Air SAS to stop using the name AVA Air for marketing, sales, web and social networking purposes or any product identification Because Ava Airways Inc. is an internationally registered trademark. “
David and Elisabeth Renard had chosen to call their AVA company simply because it was their daughter’s first name. They began operating a Fort-de-France-Pointe-à-Pitre and Saint-Martin line on March 16th, 2017. Since March 23, 2017, a request has been made to the Martinique company to cease all use of the name AVA Air. The President of AVA Airways Inc., Olivier Arrindell, spoke of a notification made to the Martinique company Ava-Air represented by Renard David, under company number 523 966 927 and located at Aimé Césaire ESP Airport. Aero-service Lamentin Martinique.
AVA Airways Inc., an aviation company registered in the United States, is Ava Air, Ava Airways (Curaçao), Ava Airways (Saint-Martin) and Ava, under its various airline names . According to Olivier Arrindel ” the use of Ava Air and any form of Ava or AVA Airways is in violation of international trademark rights, ratified by the 176 countries signatories to the Paris Convention,” said AVA Airways Inc. “.
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The Martinican leaders fought to build their company and will fight to defend it. David and Elisabeth Renard were not available yesterday afternoon (Wednesday April 12th) at their offices, or on their mobile phones. On their own funds, and supported by a private investor, they launched their airline project after conducting market research to make their company viable. They will have to fight another battle for their company which since last March 16 runs on the Martinique-Guadeloupe and Saint-Martin route.
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