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Dépèche transmise le 31 janvier 2011 par PRNewswire

DUBAI, UAE, January 31, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- As the market for cargo charters expands the frequency of goods transportation to difficult areas increases. There may be several reasons for this, the most popular being that the said areas are more suitable for various types of industry, more commonly, mining, construction or oil and gas.

One such popular region for construction is Afghanistan. Although battling a history of violence and political unrest, the country's new found independence and call to dispel arms has left it open for mass economic development.

Air Charter International was presented with an opportunity to transport goods to this difficult terrain when the representative of a global logistics provider contacted them. "This particular client had chartered with us previously and so when approached we were more than glad to help," stated Richard Dunnink Charter Sales broker at Air Charter International.

He further explained that the client recruited Air Charter International for a cargo charter in order to transport 33,000 Kilograms of PVC pipes from Dammam in Saudi Arabia to Bagram in Afghanistan.

"A country like Afghanistan always provides unexpected challenges; unforeseen departure or arrival delays, security issues, price fluctuations, etc. It is therefore important to work with trusted parties who have the expertise and background to operate in this country."

Mr. Dunnink explained that with more than 20 years of experience in dealing with cargo charters all over the world, Air Charter International was perfectly suited to help the client with their enquiry.

In order to represent the client's best interests, Air Charter Internationals dedicated sales team sourced a Boeing 747-200F to transport the goods from point A to point B. "the B747-200F is a freighter with a nose cargo door. This made it ideally suited to this particular enquiry."

With the sensitive nature of these two high profile countries, Air Charter International encountered a few obstacles. However, throughout the whole ordeal Air Charter International maintained its professionalism and sourced quick solutions.

"Our professional and experienced Charter and Operations teams worked tirelessly to ensure that the transport of the PVC pipes went smoothly. We worked round the clock to ensure that the cargo arrived in Bagram on time," he said.

Contact: Carine Duvignaud Corporate Marketing and Communications Manager Company: Air Charter International (Arabia) Ltd Phone: +97148070808 Email: corpcom@aircharter-international.com Website: http://www.aircharter-international.com

CONTACT: Contact: Carine Duvignaud, Corporate Marketing and CommunicationsManager, Company: Air Charter International (Arabia) Ltd, Phone:+97148070808, Email:

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