B&H Worldwide signs contract with Flair Airlines

B&H Worldwide's support to Flair Airlines will include AOG assistance, import/export clearance and deliveries

B&H Worldwide signs contract with Flair Airlines
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B&H Worldwide, a global leader in aerospace and aviation logistics, announced a contract with Flair Airlines, a leading Canadian ultra-low-cost carrier headquartered in Edmonton, Alberta.

Flair Airline operates scheduled passenger and chartered services with a fleet of Boeing 737 aircraft, says an official release from B&H Worldwide. "Under the agreement, B&H Worldwide will provide critical support to Flair Airlines including Aircraft on Ground (AOG) assistance, import/export clearance and deliveries. The scope of the partnership extends to cover key regions with a focus on Canada, the USA and Australia."

Gary Wilson, Group Managing Director, B&H Worldwide says: "We are honoured to have been chosen by Flair Airlines to provide logistics services. This partnership signifies our commitment to delivering high-quality solutions to the aerospace industry. B&H Worldwide is poised to support Flair Airlines' operations seamlessly and contribute to their success."

B&H Worldwide has developed a customised standard operating procedure (SOP) to ensure a smooth and efficient import/export process, the release added. "This SOP not only facilitates a streamlined logistics process but also outlines key contacts and support points tailored to Flair Airlines' specific needs. Furthermore, it establishes service standards that align with the airline's shipment requirements."

Wilson adds: "Our bespoke service is a testament to our dedication to meeting the unique demands of Flair Airlines. We are committed to providing not only exceptional logistics services but also a partnership built on trust and collaboration."

The first successful project, a COMAT shipment, included a total of 17 pallets containing aviation parts (non-dangerous goods), 737 main wheels, 737 nose wheels, 737 brake in a clamshell, and inflight training equipment, the release added.

Flair Airlines loaded their own Boeing 737-800 MAX aircraft with materials destined for Australia. "The 737-800 MAX aircraft departed from Calgary, Canada and landed in Coolangatta, Australia. B&H Worldwide played a crucial role in facilitating the clearance process in Australia."

Vladan Nikolic, Director, Material Supply Chain, Flair Airlines says: "The B&H Australian team's professionalism and responsiveness during the first logistics project was impressive. We have full confidence in their capabilities, and I look forward to continued collaboration at this high service level."

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