B&H Worldwide firms logistics deal with Flair Airlines

A Flair Airlines jet banks overhead.
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B&H Worldwide, a global leader in aerospace and aviation logistics, is delighted to announce the successful acquisition of a new contract with Flair Airlines, a leading Canadian ultra-low-cost carrier headquartered in Edmonton, Alberta.

Flair Airlines, which operates scheduled passenger and chartered services with a fleet of Boeing 737 aircraft, has now aligned with B&H Worldwide as its preferred logistics partner.

Comprehensive Logistics Support

Under the recently laid out agreement, B&H Worldwide will extend comprehensive logistics support to Flair Airlines across critical domains.

This support encompasses essential services such as Aircraft on Ground (AOG) assistance, Import/Export Clearance, and timely deliveries, catering to Flair Airlines’ operational needs across key regions.

This will have a particular focus on Canada, the USA, and Australia.

A Flair Airlines aircraft landing.
Photo Credit: Flair Airlines

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Tailored Solutions

Gary Wilson, the Group Managing Director of B&H Worldwide, expressed his support for the collaboration, emphasizing the company’s dedication to delivering tailored solutions that meet Flair Airlines’ unique requirements.

A customized Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) has been crafted to ensure a streamlined import/export process, incorporating key contacts and support points tailored to Flair Airlines’ operations.

Wilson further highlighted B&H Worldwide’s unwavering commitment to excellence, underpinned by a philosophy of custom processes designed to optimize logistics operations.

This commitment extends beyond the provision of logistics services to fostering a partnership characterized by trust, collaboration, and mutual success.

Milestones and Success Stories

The partnership between B&H Worldwide and Flair Airlines has already yielded notable successes, with the successful execution of the first logistics project—a COMAT shipment comprising essential aviation parts and equipment.

Notably, Flair Airlines’ Boeing 737-800 MAX aircraft loaded with materials destined for Australia was successfully facilitated by B&H Worldwide, with the company playing a pivotal role in expediting the clearance process in Australia.

Vladan Nikolic, Director of Material Supply Chain for Flair Airlines, lauded B&H Worldwide’s professionalism and responsiveness, expressing full confidence in their capabilities, remarking that:

“The B&H Australian team’s professionalism and responsiveness during the first logistics project was impressive.”

This endorsement underscores the exemplary service standards upheld by B&H Worldwide, cementing its reputation as a trusted leader in aerospace and aviation logistics.

Flair Airlines is a Canadian ultra-low-cost carrier (ULCC) based in Edmonton, Alberta. Founded in 2005, it is Canada’s first and only independent ULCC.

Flair primarily flies within Canada, with a network covering many major cities and popular tourist destinations, but also offer select routes to the United States, Mexico, and the Caribbean.

Flair temporarily leases aircraft and crew to Bonza during the Australian peak season, and Bonza reciprocates for the Canadian peak season. This allows both carrier to expand their capacity and reach new markets without incurring the cost of purchasing additional aircraft.

Both airlines are partly owned by 777 Partners, a Miami-based private equity firm. This shared ownership fosters collaboration and allows for knowledge and resource sharing between the two companies.

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B&H Worldwide has firmed a logistics contract with Canadian ultra-low cost carrier Flair Airlines, to support operations across key regions.
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