Cello Aviation celebrates first birthday


Company has first birthday but achieves Class A licence after only 3 months in October 2010

Cello Aviation ABJCello Aviation is a private charter company, which
started flying in July 2010 and operates a 46 seat Avro Business Jet, was awarded their Class A operating
licence passing all Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) tests 3 months later in October 2010. 

The company has already generated a loyal customer
base. Among its customers, Cello flies Premiership and international football
teams, royalty, EU Parliament members, golfers, WWE superstars, film stars and

Matt Purton, commercial jet sales director with Air
Charter Service said “Working with the team has been a
thoroughly enjoyable and professional experience. Nothing has been impossible
for them and they don’t seem to know the word NO. Our clients are very specific
about punctuality and on board service, both of which, Cello have not been left
wanting for. The aircraft, ops and engineering team did a great job of ensuring
that all 11 departures were on time and that the aircraft was serviceable
-while the cabin services team and crew made sure that the service met and
exceeded all expectations, and were especially receptive and resourceful in
finding some specific food and beverage requests. Working with Cello is like
having a blank canvass with which to do with as you please. We are delighted to
have secured with them the aircraft for the November tour for the same client,
in part due to the exceptional service and success using Cello on the last

We also have worked with them on flights for Middle
Eastern royalty and the flexibility of the staff and comfort of the aircraft
made the trip a real success, so much so that the same client has again asked
us specifically for this aircraft this summer.

I wish all at Cello a happy first birthday and look
forward to working with them in the coming years.”

Cello Aviation currently employs 22 staff and the
company is also planning on increasing their fleet, with the addition of
another aircraft later in 2011.