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KlasJet - humanitarian air and bringing people to their home countries

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KlasJet - humanitarian air and bringing people to their home countries - Business aviation publisher
Dana Ermolenko
Country: Lithuania Aircraft: Airplanes

COVID-19 has been spreading rapidly and on a world scale, which means an increasing number of citizens from a variety of European countries stuck in China as measures limiting air transport have been applied. KlasJet, a business aviation company and a family member of Avia Solutions Group, the largest aerospace business group from Central and Eastern Europe, is responding to this situation by announcing repatriation processes.

European citizens stuck in China or Chinese citizens stuck in Europe will now have an opportunity to return to their home countries by taking KlasJet’s charter flights. KlasJet has all necessary resources, including aircraft and dedicated crews, in order to provide convenient air transportation services in this unprecedented event. 

Official: At 3.49 am, KlasJet aircraft with humanitarian aid has landed at Vilnius International Airport. The last necessary procedures are being completed and the aid soon will reach The National Health Centre and all the hospitals. We are delighted and proud of our teams: KlasJet and BGS (Baltic Ground Services).



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