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Chartersphere set for second year of strong growth
The expanding charter specialist is seeking to expand its business and recruit new staff after defying the faltering global economic recovery to enjoy a brisk first year of trading.
CHARTERSPHERE is seeking to expand its business and recruit new staff after defying the faltering global economic recovery to enjoy a brisk first year of trading.
Managing Director Paul Bennett, who has more than 20 years experience in aviation, said he was delighted with his first year’s results. He is now looking to boost his growing team of brokers at the company’s headquarters in south west London.
As it begins a second year serving clients the charter specialist has been appointed sales agent for the newly-formed Armenian airline Veteran Avia which operates three B747-200Fs and two IL76 cargo aircraft worldwide. The planes are available for ad-hoc charters or long term leasing.
Mr Bennett began his career working for a cargo airline and went on to spend nearly two decades as a successful cargo broker in London and Dubai.
Since launching Chartersphere in 2010, Mr Bennett has drawn on his experience and international contacts in the industry to forge mutually beneficial links with carriers and charterers.
Mr Bennett said: “I am really pleased to be representing Veteran Avia particularly as I started my aviation career operating wide-bodied freighters and Ilyushins back in the early 1990s.”
“At Chartersphere we can offer a personalised service with flexibility, technical expertise and above all good pricing. We are bringing a fresh approach to customer service and we aim to forge a reputation for excellence.”