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Bestfly add secure hangarage to its Luanda operation

Posted 21 March 2013 · Add Comment

Angola-based handling operator, Bestfly is underway with the building of a hangar at Luanda International Airport.

The new facility will provide more than 2.000 sq metres of covered area, and will allow hangarage services to be offered to Bestfly’s current handling and FBO customers.

The operator outlined its plans at Business Airport World Expo, held in Farnborough, England this week.(Pictured right)
 
“The Bestfly booth in the Business Airport World Expo reflects the quality and the efficiency of our services. Our performance is excellent. We offer basic handling, transport crews, hotel reservations, rental, sale and management of fleet and aircraft. The diversification of our skills is what distinguishes Bestfly” said Commander Nuno Pereira.
 
 “The hangar at Luanda International Airport facilities will once again offer first class quality service for aircraft staying overnight, increasing the level of safety and security for BestFly's customers, and they will enjoy discounted rates for hangarage as part of the handling and FBO services,” he said.
 
In May, Bestfly will be represented at EBACE2013 show in Geneva, Europe’s largest exhibition dedicated to business aviation. It will be part of the Africa Business Aviation Association (AFBAA) presence at the event.
 

 

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