Chapman Freeborn expands into Vietnam

0
187
Chapman Freeborn

Chapman Freeborn, the global air charter specialist and part of Avia Solutions Group, has expanded its growth in the APAC region by appointing its first employee in Vietnam. Quang Le joins the business as Executive, Passenger Solutions – APAC, and will focus on developing supplier and client relationships in Vietnam and the surrounding region.

Quang Le
Quang Le

Paul Tsang, Vice President Passenger Solutions – APAC, said, “Chapman Freeborn sees immense opportunities in Vietnam in both business and commercial aviation. We are committed to working with our partners to bring world-class aviation brokerage services to our Vietnam-based clients, and working closely with local suppliers to reach out to the international market.”

This is echoed by Andy Hudson, President – APAC. He says, “We are dedicated to Asia and as such we are investing in new, developing markets. Vietnam continues to develop at pace, and we want to ensure we are established to support the market growth, along with working with authorities to ensure that capacity solutions are met in full. We look forward to expanding our footprint in this country.”

The Chapman Freeborn Vietnam operation is situated alongside fellow Avia Solutions Group subsidiary, BAA Flight Training, in their office in Ho Chi Minh City.

The Chapman Freeborn group was established in the UK in 1973. The company has offices worldwide including North America, Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia. In the cargo market, Chapman Freeborn Airchartering specialises in the charter and lease of aircraft for a wide-ranging customer base, including freight forwarders, multinational corporations, governments, humanitarian agencies and a host of industries around the globe.

In addition to freight services, Chapman Freeborn offers specialist passenger services including private jet charters for executive travel and large aircraft for crew rotations and international group travel, as well as on board courier services.

AAV Bulletin


For Editorial Inquiries Contact:
Editor Matt Driskill at matt.driskill@asianaviation.com
For Advertising Inquiries Contact:
Head of Sales Kay Rolland at kay.rolland@asianaviation.com

AAV Media Kit
Previous articleVirgin staff call pay offer ‘insulting’ as airline rejigs team to prepare for possible re-listing
Next articleCPaT announces new deals

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here