KF Aerospace is introducing a new passenger air charter services for the leisure, tourism and work force transportation markets. Based in Western Canada, Aeroflyer will provide domestic and international charter programs using a fleet of B737NG aircraft.
Aeroflyer is a new enterprise from KF Aerospace, Canada’s largest commercial aircraft maintenance provider and an air operator with nearly 50 years of flying experience in passenger and cargo charters.
The Aeroflyer Charter Operations team brings an additional 40 years of expertise with charter aviation programs, offering customers objectivity, product knowledge and value.
The Aeroflyer fleet of B737NG aircraft provides narrow-body capability with superior reliability and operational efficiency, along with a full suite of on-board services including custom catering, and wireless in-flight entertainment powered by Bluebox Aviation Systems.
Chief Operating Officer, Gregg Evjen said: “We are proud to deliver a premium service dedicated to safety and reliability, backed by seamless support from KF’s world-class aerospace engineering and maintenance divisions.”
Evjen continued: “KF has provided flight operations continuously since 1974 with a high-level of reliability for passenger, cargo and VIP clients. Aeroflyer is a natural extension of this expertise that leverages our multifaceted capabilities.”
With aircraft currently based in Kelowna and Calgary, Aeroflyer will be positioning for growth beyond Western Canada.
Charter Operations Manager, Nick Samuel explained that: “In the coming months we plan to expand our fleet across the country to support national and international customers,” “We’re excited to provide the market with nimble, responsive and highly efficient charter solutions.”
Go to www.kfaeroflyer.com for more.
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Seen in the photo, from l to r, are John Hanirk of AeroFlyer; Ken Brooks – T.T.I.S – The Travel Industry Strategist; and Nick Samuels of AeroFlyer