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Music Tours and Passenger Security - October 2009

We go to great lengths at Premier Aviation to ensure that our passengers’ safety is never compromised. We feel that our clients are paying for an exclusive service and this is exactly what they should receive. This summer we provided aircraft for several very high profile music tours.

We were faced with the issue of mobs of fans waiting for our passengers to arrive at airports. The only option for us therefore was to pre-position members of our team at what we felt, from experience, would be the most difficult airports. The purpose of this was to work closely with the handling agents, police and airport security, to ensure that General Aviation Terminal areas were clear of fans and that large numbers of airport workers did not appear just as the flight arrived!
Sometimes, due to our persistence we were also able to organise permission for cars to drive directly out to the aircraft at airports where this has never been allowed before, enabling our passengers to sneak out of the airport and off to their hotel without incident.

Premier Aviation Meets the Prime Minister - August 2009

Our Managing Director Adrian Whitmarsh, along with other UK exporting firms, was invited to meet with the Prime Minister at 10 Downing Street to recognise their business success in overseas markets and their contribution to the UK economy.
Companies exporting British talent and products - from electric car chargers to airport security technology, classic British foods to flame retardant fabrics – discussed their successes and concerns with the Prime Minister. Business Secretary Lord Mandelson and Minister for Trade, Investment and Business, Lord Davies also took questions on what Government is doing to help UK exporters during the downturn.


Prime Minister Gordon Brown said: "I want to thank you for everything you are doing for the British economy, for British exports, and for British confidence. All of you here have successful businesses. All of you have made important innovations in the way you do business. Many of you have received Queen’s Awards for what you have done, and I congratulate you. Many of you are helping this country through one of the most difficult financial periods and doing so by increasing your growth rates and making sure that the economy can remain strong for the future."

Spring Newsletter 2009

Here is our Spring Newsletter, just a brief insight into some of the aircraft charters that we have been involved in.

Industry News - February 2009

The Dassault Falcon 7X business jet has been approved by the UK Civil Aviation Authority for operation into London City Airport, so this ultra-long-range aircraft can arrive and depart from the heart of the UK's financial centre along with the rest of the Falcon models - the Falcon 900, 50 and 10 series. This is good news as more and more business jet passengers prefer to use London City due to it's proximity to the centre of London in comparison to Luton / Heathrow and Stansted.

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