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Chapman Freeborn flies football team HB Køge to their UEFA Women’s Champions League match against Arsenal

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In August Chapman Freeborn flew Danish elite football team HB Køge for their qualifying match in the UEFA Women’s Champions League. This month they are proud to have flown them again, this time for their group stage match against Arsenal.

The passengers comprised of 54 people in total, including the players, team officials and partners. They travelled from Roskilde Airport (RKE), Denmark to London Gatwick Airport (LGW), UK in an Airseven B737-400 aircraft to the match, and two days later made the return journey.

To make the flights memorable and special for the team, Chapman…

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ACOC golf day 2021

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Chapman Freeborn transports 650 passengers from Birmingham, UK to Nairobi, Africa

At the start of October, Chapman Freeborn chartered 3 one-way flights on behalf of a high-profile client, transporting a total of 650 passengers from the UK to Africa.

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