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by Matt Alderton | February 05, 2013
Chapman Freeborn, which provides aircraft charter services in more than 30 global markets, has launched a new division offering group tickets on scheduled flights, it announced last month. Depending on the client’s budget, the new division can provide a full charter, coordinate and book group tickets on commercial airlines, or a combination of the two.

“Whether it’s for 10 passengers or 1,000 passengers, we can now offer the most advantageous and cost-effective group travel solution,” says Head of Passenger Charter Markus Hilchenbach. “As with our charter services, the Group Tickets team places great emphasis on quality customer service and safety.”

According to Hilchenbach, feedback from the travel industry has been “overwhelmingly positive.” “Clients are finding that a one-stop-shop for group air travel is proving both time-effective and less stressful,” he concludes.


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