Chapman Freeborn, the global air charter specialist and part of Avia Solutions Group, has appointed Anthony Ciobanu as Business Development Executive at their new office located in Perth, Western Australia.
Anthony brings 15 years of aviation industry experience to Chapman Freeborn, beginning his career at Dnata Airport Services as Ramp Supervisor and Charters Coordinator. Soon after, he transferred to the business aviation sector and most recently he has worked as FBO Manager for several companies, including providing ground handling services for business jets and military aircraft.
As a Business Development Executive, Anthony will be focusing on providing solutions to customers within the Oceania region, offering a holistic view of all business verticals at Chapman Freeborn and by building and fostering long-term relationships.
Anthony said: “I have known of Chapman Freeborn for many years and always knew it was a professional, ethical and customer-oriented organisation. I am looking forward to contributing to the growth of the organisation within the Oceania region, as well as working with the team across the globe.
“Our specialist capabilities allow local staff to tailor solutions to each customer’s needs by utilising our global network of offices, service providers and operators. Together we will continue to provide world-leading charter services, from VIP private jets to cargo charters for the mining, oil and gas sector, and any other complex solution in between.”
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