Cello is ready for Olympic challenge
Cello Aviation is ready on
the starting block preparing for its part in the 2012 London Olympics. The
company is on hand to land visitors from all over Europe directly into the
heart of London.
Its 46 seat luxury BAE 146 is cleared to fly into to London City
Airport just a short
distance from the Olympic stadium.
London City Airport at Docklands is in the heart of the capital but because of its confined
location and relatively short runway is only available to a limited type of
aircraft. “Our aircraft with its ability to operate from short runways where there is a sreep anfle for approach and take off is well suited yo London City,” said
chief pilot Tony Webber.
Cello Aviation BAE 146 is
fitted with luxury leather seats with a 43 inch pitch and the company has a
great deal of experience in sports and corporate travel. The cabin crew is able
to serve hot or cold VIP menus from the onboard galley.