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Special mission for business aviation

Date: 22 Jun 2020 00:07
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Haïti mission for Flying Group company. Germany, 21st June 2020. 


Ten special passengers were on board yesterday for Father's day. 

The Falcon arrived at Cologne Bonn Airport, Germany, which brought 10 orphaned children from Haïti to Europe to their new adoptive families.

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This mission was thought to arrange with the worldwide situation but Flying Group managed it and the 3 Falcon pilots crew were happy to have this smily passengers on board. Very well done Flying group

Read the story here https://www.flyinggroup.aero/en/news/haiti-mission

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With the actual pandemic Covid-19, lots of airlines close temporarily some lines. And the demand in business aviation is also increasing a lot for safety and easier access from restrictive countries.

At FL470, we performed many passengers flights mostly out of Africa and also Covid medical flights. Many accomplished missions which make our team proud of their job to feel people safe back home. https://www.linkedin.com/company/flight-level-470

Send us your request for crewing, charter flights and business aviation consulting at contact@flightlevel470.com 

FL470, connecting the world





 







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