Cello kicks off its Euro 2012 campaign


Company is working with the Football Association of Ireland and has taken the squad to a pre-tournement training camp in Italy

Cello Aviation has kicked
off its Euro 2012 campaign and has already taken the Irish squad to a
pre-tournament training camp in Italy.
Later in the summer the Birmingham based airline
will be using its BAE 146 to take the team to the tournament
in Poland and the Ukraine.

“Football teams flying to
big matches and tournament need to be able to relax and often will have special
dietary requirements that we can meet,” said Vince Essex, commercial manager
with Cello.

Essex continued “Our aircraft has 46 seats in beige
leather with more leg room than is typically available in business class.” The
BAE 146 can operate into and out of airports that are restricted to aircraft
with a similar carrying capacity.

“This means that we can fly
our clients to where they need to go without a need for inconvenient, tiring
and costly transfers from bigger airports,” Essex