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Capital AviaNeft is coming to Sochi airport

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Krista Kuznecova
Country: Russian Federation Aircraft: Airplanes

Capital AviaNeft has started providing handling and refueling services in Sochi International Airport, the largest airport of Krasnodar Krai. The agreement concluded with Basel Aero, the airport operator, came into effect in August 2016.

“Our company has already entered into direct agreements with all the rest airports in the region: Krasnodar, Anapa, Gelendzhik – so now our clients can count on a predictable and high-quality ground handling of their business jets in all Krasnodar Krai airports.”

Givi Tkemaladze, CEO at Capital AviaNeft said: “Our company has already entered into direct agreements with all the rest airports in the region: Krasnodar, Anapa, Gelendzhik – so now our clients can count on a predictable and high-quality ground handling of their business jets in all Krasnodar Krai airports.”

Capital AviaNeft will provide airport and ground handling of business jets and VIP servicing of passengers directly without any agents. The company’s own representative office has been staffed with English speaking specialists who control the processes of aircraft refueling and VIP servicing of passengers.

In addition, the company has signed direct agreements with five-star hotels to accommodate crews – Radisson Congress and Radisson Blu Paradise as well as with the best restaurants in the city including Rodina Grand Hotel & Spa that provide a fast and exquisite premium class catering.

Capital AviaNeft plans to implement a more flexible pricing policy also with the help of Capital Bonus loyalty program which is already available in the airports of Krasnodar, Anapa, Gelendzhik and now at Sochi.



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