Airchartering Gains Prominence
Air cargo charters spiked in demand in 2015 in response to the gridlock caused by striking workers who blockaded the French port of Calais.
European manufacturers and freight forwarders sought air charters to beat the blockade as thousands of HGVs (heavy goods vehicles) and other commercial vehicles left stranded by the industrial action, European manufacturers and freight forwarders sought air charters to beat the blockade.
Freighter aircraft including Antonov AN-12, Antonov AN-26, ATR 72, Boeing B727F, Dornier Do 228 and MD-11F types have proved popular in airlift consignments of time-critical cargo to the UK.
Delays can cost manufacturers millions to suspend production lines. However, with Airchartering, it is important to use a specialist company. An example of such a company is Chapman Freeborn (http://chapman-freeborn.com/), who are the world's leading air charter service company, with a proven reputation for innovation, expertise and professionalism.
Established in 1973, Chapman Freeborn has four decades of experience providing specialised air charter solutions for both passenger and cargo movements. Chapman Freeborn offers global coverage, with more than 30 locations strategically located across 6 continents
Chapman Freeborn says that one of its key strengths is it’s extraordinary personnel. Each of the company’s global locations includes a team of professional multilingual air charter experts who are contactable 24 / 7 / 365 and dedicated to finding the best aircraft charter solutions for clients.
The company pride’s itself on providing a first class service at a competitive price, and consistently exceeding it’s customers’ expectations. The company are Private Jet Charter Specialists who have provided expert and specialised services to the Entertainment Industry. The company also offers Group Air Charter, Cargo Air Charter and On Board Courier Services.