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Sabrina Schwiderski takes on leading role with Chapman Freeborn’s passenger charter business in Germany

Chapman Freeborn has announced the further strengthening of its passenger charter activities in Germany and Europe with a new senior management appointment.

Building on its strong performance this year, the global aircraft charter specialist has appointed Sabrina Schwiderski to the position of private and commercial jets manager for Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Scandinavia.

Her responsibilities include overseeing all daily operations for the company’s Cologne-based passenger charter division, as well as driving the growth strategy for VIP, executive travel, MICE and other sectors requiring dedicated charter services.

Schwiderski, who has already started in her new managerial role, brings over 14 years of aviation industry expertise to Chapman Freeborn.

She started her career working in the field of ground handing at Cologne Bonn Airport before joining an international air charter company. After several years excelling as a broker and a sales manager, she was promoted to the position of head of the company’s private jet business in Germany and Austria.

Most recently, she worked as a manager of private and commercial jets at a charter industry start-up where she helped to develop the company’s structure and operational processes, as well as managing day-to-day charter requests.

Bettina Kaufmann, general manager of Chapman Freeborn in Germany, says:

“We are very pleased to welcome Sabrina Schwiderski to Chapman Freeborn. With her many years of experience in the industry she has proved herself to be a skilled charter broker and manager. Together with the German passenger team in Cologne and the global colleagues, she will further develop the services of the passenger department in order to provide our customers with individual charter flights tailored to their wishes and needs.”