GlobeAir wins Austrian Export award for 2016
GlobeAir has won the Austrian Export award for 2016. The award was presented by the Austrian Chamber of Commerce.
The annual ceremony, organised by ADVANTAGE AUSTRIA, which represents the Austrian Federal Economic Chamber and the Austrian Federal Ministry of Science, Research, and Economy, was held on 21 June at the Museumsquartier in Vienna, in presence of Sebastian Kurz, Austrian Minister of Foreign Affairs.
The gold prize award was in the “Transport and Traffic” category, jointly presented by the Vice Chancellor of Austria and Minister of Economy, Dr. Reinhold Mitterlehner and the President of the Austrian Chamber of Economy, Dr. Christoph Leitl, went to GlobeAir.
“When I founded GlobeAir in 2007, I would have never expected such recognition. This important award is a remarkable achievement for all of us.”
Bernhard Fragner, CEO of GlobeAir said: “When I founded GlobeAir in 2007, I would have never expected such recognition. This important award is a remarkable achievement for all of us. It is without any doubt a team milestone. We are working hard to offer charter flights at affordable fares, aimed at increasing business productivity and efficiency in Austria and in the rest of Europe.”
GlobeAir has Austrian DNA and is European for ambition, the company is the world’s largest fleet of Citation Mustang business aircraft.
The Austrian Export award is the third time in a month that GlobeAir has won, earlier it won the Pegasus Award by PEGASUS 2016 during the Oberösterreichische Nachrichten just after the European Business Aviation (EBAA) Safety Certification, for its outstanding achievement.