Chapman Freeborn is working 24/7 and across the globe to support Governments and businesses to deliver much-needed supplies such as food items, pharmaceutical goods, medical supplies, personal protective equipment (PPE) and consumer goods. We are also continuously working around the clock to provide time-critical responses for repatriation and evacuation flights.
We are closely monitoring the COVID-19 outbreak via our in-house support company, Wings 24 and receive up-to-the-minute information pertaining to changes in rules and regulations. In addition to our core charter offering, we can help create bespoke solutions to match your requirements. All operators that we work with ensure that aircraft are cleaned extensively, following updated policies, and we’re still able to obtain clearance to enter many countries worldwide.
Chapman Freeborn has been there to support with solutions when they’re needed most. Nearly every emergency cargo and passenger airlift in the past 45 years has involved a Chapman Freeborn chartered aircraft. We use our global network to ensure that we offer the fastest solution for any evacuation requirements for individuals or groups of all sizes.
The current situation with COVID-19 is no exception. Offices throughout the entire Chapman Freeborn network have been working around the clock to repatriate foreign nationals across the globe.
We always monitor clients’ flights and this hand in hand with our knowledge on the developments of COVID-19 gives added reassurance that we are here to help 24/7.
Our broker team is here to provide effective solutions across the globe. For more information, please contact your local Chapman Freeborn office.
Below is our live information, frequently updated with information related to our global operations.
From the evacuation of 15,000 people following unrest in the Middle East in 2011 to coordinating repatriation flights during the H1N1 outbreak – Chapman Freeborn has been there to support with solutions when they’re needed most. Nearly every emergency cargo and passenger airlift in the past 45 years has involved a Chapman Freeborn chartered aircraft.
Following the announcement of President Trump’s travel ban on 26 European countries, the cargo industry has seen a sharp decrease in aircraft capacity from Europe to the United States.