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Titan Airways wins third consecutive Best Passenger Charter Airline award

Posted 3 November 2014 · Add Comment

Titan Airways has been voted Best Passenger Charter Airline by Baltic Air Charter Association (BACA) members for the third consecutive year.

Above: BACA Council Member Volker Meissner (right) with Mike Cooper, Contracts Manager, Titan Airways.
Courtesy BACA - Colin Antill Photography


It is the first time that a carrier has won the award in three successive years.

The Stansted-based charter and airline sub-charter specialist accepted the accolade at the Guildhall in London on Thursday 30th October at the annual BACA Autumn Luncheon and Excellence Awards.

BACA is the world’s largest and most respected network for air charter professionals, representing the interests of air charter brokers, charter airlines, airports, business aircraft operators, freight forwarders and consultants.

Alastair Kiernan, Titan Airways Commercial Director, commented: “We are thrilled to have been recognised once again by the industry for our passenger charter services and would like to thank those who voted for us.

“The three consecutive awards are testimony to the continuing hard work of our dedicated staff all of whom share our philosophy of going that extra mile.”

The latest distinction comes at a time of growth for the carrier who recently announced the introduction of two additional Airbus A320 aircraft to their fleet.

 

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