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Chapman Freeborn strengthens German passenger air charter team

Posted 17 September 2013 · Add Comment

Chapman Freeborn has further strengthened its team in Germany with the appointment of a new highly-qualified passenger air charter specialist, Laurenz Pütz.

The company has recruited Laurenz (above) to its Cologne office, with responsibility for further expanding the firm’s charter activity and local aviation market expertise.

Pütz brings with him a wealth of experience, having worked in a variety of senior passenger aviation roles for over 15 years - most recently as head of commercial jets at a smaller Frankfurt-based charter company.

His previous experience also includes a two year spell in operations with Chapman Freeborn from 2004 to 2006.

Pütz brings sales management skills to the new role, as well as an ability to professionally manage charter contracts from private jets and helicopters up to wide-body airliners.

Bettina Kaufmann, General Manager of Chapman Freeborn Germany, said: "As a highly-experienced charter aviation professional, we are delighted to have Laurenz Pütz on board. Working together with our experienced team he will focus on expanding both our executive and group charter flight services.”
 

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