Chapman Freeborn marks 25 years in Poland
September 20, 2018: Chapman Freeborn Airchartering is celebrating 25 years in Poland. The Chapman Freeborn group has an established presence in Poland since 1993 when it opened its office in Warsaw to serve local charter clients and expand the company’s specialist activities in Eastern Europe and the Baltic states. The company has now become the country’s leading provider of aircraft charters and associated services.
In 2015, a second office was opened in Katowice to help meet increased demand for the company’s charter expertise and its growing range of related services – including on board courier solutions for time-critical shipments. To help mark the 25 year anniversary, the Chapman Freeborn team and 200 guests gathered for a celebration at Warsaw’s Spectrum Tower.
Russi Batliwala, chief executive officer said, “The key to our success in Poland has been the amazing group of people that make up our team – as well as the longstanding support of our customers and airline suppliers.”
Meanwhile, Radoslaw Puchalski, country manager said, “Our team in Poland continues to go from strength to strength, and I’m incredibly proud of what we’ve accomplished. The business has been based on providing innovative charter solutions and personal service for 25 years, and that is the way we want to continue as we look to the future.”
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