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Capital AviaNeft will provide ground handling during Confederations Cup

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Capital AviaNeft will provide ground handling during Confederations Cup - Business aviation publisher
Krista Kuznecova
Country: Russian Federation Aircraft: Airplanes

Capital AviaNeft, a Russian company specializing in a full service support of business aviation operations, forecasts an increase in number of flight movements to Moscow, Sochi, Kazan, and St. Petersburg airports during Confederations Cup, which will be held between 17 June and 2 July, 2017. In order to meet the expected increase in demand and to optimize ground handling costs, Capital AviaNeft offers special rates under its loyalty program "Capital Bonus" at the airports, where the stages of the most significant football event of 2017 will take place.

- Effective teamwork and speed are the hallmarks of professional football; they are also essential requirements for aircraft ground handling, where clearly defined and professional actions allow to optimize time, and, in the context of "Capital Bonus" loyalty program, overall handling costs, - "says Givi Tkemaladze, CEO of Capital AviaNeft.

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Starting on June 17, the Confederation Cup matches will be held in four cities of Russia: Moscow, St. Petersburg, Kazan, and Sochi, while the final game of the tournament will take place in St. Petersburg on July 2, 2017. "Capital Bonus" loyalty program, which is available at the airports of these four cities, allows our customers to postpone payments for all types of handling services, including refueling, catering, crew transfers, etc. for the period of up to 30 calendar days. A unique feature of our credit line is that it is provided on an interest-free basis and its terms and conditions are considered individually at the stage of signing a contract.



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