European Business Air News: Alliances may be key to unlock charter success
A panel of leading charter operators at the CEPA Expo in Prague recently agreed that the air charter market in the central European region is set to grow in coming years, but pondered whether cooperation between operators would help to increase efficiency.
London Executive Aviation's Patrick Margetson-Rushmore reported having already seen a 70 per cent increase in its business in CEE countries in recent years, and a 25 per cent increase in 2012 alone. LEA operates a Challenger 300 and a Legacy into the region. The most common destinations are Poland, Croatia, Montenegro and the Czech Republic, he says, and the direction of travel is east to west, rather than west to east.
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