Air Partner wins UK government contract

Alasdair Whyte

The UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) has chosen Air Partner as its official air charter provider for the after a six month bidding contest.

“We fought long and hard to win this coveted contract and are extremely excited to have emerged victorious in the face of stiff competition,” said Mark Briffa, chief executive of Air Partner.

Air Partner’s  will be responsible for organizing flights for civilian rescue teams and evacuating British nationals after emergencies.

The contract lasts for four years.

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