With the start of the new year two European aviation companies have decided to join forces to bring to the air charter market a product and of premium quality that is flexible, convenient and reliable.
Belgium-based Vizion Air and Polish SprintAir declare to be entering into partnership with a shared vision of offering air service suited to the individual needs of their clients.
Vizion Air, a brainchild of The Aviation Factory, and the number one air charter broker in the Benelux countries is now teaming up with SprintAir, a Polish airline based in Warsaw with a fleet of 17 turboprop aircraft (Saab340 and ATR72) and a background of nearly 14 years of experience in rendering specialist air transport including air cargo and passenger carriage. Under the newly signed contract SprintAir will provide Vizion Air with two of its aircraft: a 66-seater ATR72 66 to be based in Liège (LGG) and a 33-seater Saab 340 , based in Bergamo (BGY). Both aircraft, crewed and maintained by SprintAir, will be exclusively offered to the broker clients by Vizion Air.
“Vizion Air has been active in the ad-hoc charter market since 2013 . Many times we have seen that the network of existing flights in Europe is not exhaustive and does not always give answers to the demands of clients in terms of aircraft capacity, routing or timing. We have now found a reliable partner with suitable aircraft on hand and valuable expertise to allow us to offer to air charter brokers, government officials, sport clubs, fair trade organizers and incentive groups a made-to-measure air service to destinations all around Europe. Either of the two aircraft will receive a dedicated sales officer which will ensure a speedy and efficient handling of any request,” says Carl Legein, a representative of Vizion Air.
“We are very excited to be launching this mutual project which will reaffirm SprintAir’s standing as a European airline. We are certain that both our aircraft, the ATR72 and the Saab340, are very well suited for high profile missions, where a combination of reliability, good economics and speed are the key factors. Now with this aircraft continually available at the western-European air charter market, we can offer to a wide range of our clients the comfort and convenience to which SprintAir has been committed since the very founding of our company,” says Wim Beernaert, SprintAir’s New Business Development Director.
The joined Vizion Air/SprintAir operations start at 1st Feb 2017.
For more information please contact:
Mr. Carl Legein