On February 26th the largest civilian aircraft ever, landed at Troll Research Station in Antarctica. The flight was arranged by Aircontact on behalf of The Norwegian Polar Institute and operated by Icelandair, on their Boeing 767-300.
During the pandemic, there has been an increased demand for aircraft charter connected to crew change. This due to the fact that scheduled airline services have been reduced, but also because one can avoid risk of being infected with COVID-19 as you travel as a closed group.
Team Aircontact thanks customers and suppliers for a great cooperation during a challenging year. We wish you all a happy holiday and all the best in the year to come!
Aircontact is proud to announce that we have been certified for the ISO 14001:2015 standard.
Aircontact has the past months worked intensively to move crew and employees to/from destinations all over the world. Due to the COVID-19 restrictions, charter flights are more challenging to plan than normal. In Aircontact we are though welcoming all challenges, and we have been able to perform all crew change charters booked with us.
As the possibilities for air travel by scheduled aircraft is reduced, aircraft chartering offers a solution when you have to travel.
Easter is here and it will undoubtedly be different for all of us this year. COVID-19 has turned everything upside down, and everyone who works in the travel and aviation industry knows this all too well.
Many have chosen to follow the advice from the Norwegian government to return to Norway. The last 24 hours Aircontact has received numerous requests from groups that wants to return home.
Aircontact is proud to announce that we have been re-certified for the ISO 9001:2015 standard.
Aircontact is audited annually, and every third year a certification is carried out by Danish Bureau Veritas