Chevron selects Bestfly for operations in Angola
Bestfly, the Angola-based aviation services company has been selected by Chevron, through its subsidiary, Cabinda Gulf Oil Company, to provide all ground handling and flight support services to its entire aviation related operations in Angola.
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September, covers the complete Chevron fleet of four Bombardier Dash-8 Q400 aircraft, and 10 Bell Helicopters, which serve its offshore operations at its oil-producing base in Malongo.
“We are very proud to be working with a highly-respected company such as Chevron/Cabinda Gulf Oil Company.”
Nuno Pereira, managing director of Bestfly said: “We are very proud to be working with a highly-respected company such as Chevron/Cabinda Gulf Oil Company. Our contract win is indicative of the high levels of service, safety and efficiency that we supply to our customers.”
The newly awarded three year contract will typically involve four flights a day served by the Bombardier Dash-8 Q400 with a helicopter shuttle service.
Bestfly has already noticed a significant increase in passenger numbers transiting through its Luanda Airport FBO and it is anticipated that the company will see passenger numbers increase by close to 40% compared with last year.
In April this year Bestfly was awarded ISBAO Stage 1 status marking the first time that an Angolan company has achieved the standard. Bestfly is now aiming to complement the ISBAO Stage 1 with the addition of the ISBAH certification.