Luxaviation Helicopters, a part of the Luxaviation Group, said Philippines-based helicopter charter operator PhilJets became the latest member of the Luxaviation Helicopters Charter Alliance.
The integration of PhilJets into the Alliance will provide members with VIP helicopter charter access in the Asia-Pacific region. This complements the alliance’s existing global capabilities in the US, Europe and Africa.
“We are delighted to be joining the Luxaviation Helicopters Charter Alliance, providing our customers with more value and greater access across the globe and raising the profile of rotorcraft charter in the Asia-Pacific region. Luxaviation is one of the world’s leading business aviation companies, so we are very honoured that the hard work our teams have put in to reach our high safety and service standards have been recognized in this way,” said PhilJets Group chairman Thierry Tea.
“It is our goal to have 20 aircraft in our fleet and, by venturing into new countries in Asia, we are looking forward to working and exchanging with the other members of the Alliance and extending our charter offerings to a greater audience,” said Tea.
Luxaviation Helicopters chief executive Charlotte Pedersen said the company is very keen to work alongside leading regional VIP helicopter charter operators as part of the Luxaviation Helicopters Charter Alliance and is pleased to announce PhilJets as the latest addition.
“The concept of the Alliance is to provide a truly global service, whereby approved members can call upon each other to unlock new destinations for their clients. We look forward to welcoming more like-minded operators who have a commitment to quality and safety, and we are already speaking to other operators that we hope to confirm soon,” she said.
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