KlasJet Offers An Effective Solution For Workforce Transportation
In light of the events, such as airlines grounding their aircraft and countries announcing knockdowns meaning restricted movement, companies are facing major lacks of labor. Agriculture industry in Europe is in needed of laborers in order to avoid the deficiency of fruit and vegetables while other industries are missing qualified workers to prevent severe consequences.
KlasJet has been receiving a number of inquiries regarding charter services for transporting workforce and has already carried out flights across European countries. The company has dedicated teams and all the resources necessary to perform transportation meeting the highest safety and security standards.
KlasJet has been repatriating citizens since the beginning of this destructive situation and is fully prepared to cooperate with companies and governments regarding this particular matter, too.
For more information and charter flight orders, please contact KlasJet’s team currently operating 24/7 at firstname.lastname@example.org.
KlasJet is a private and business charter carrier that provides exclusive group flights worldwide. The company operates one of the biggest and most distinctive Boeing 737-VIP fleet worldwide, and is conveniently based globally. KlasJet is a part of Avia Solutions Group, the largest aerospace service company in Central and Eastern Europe that serves over 2 000 clients worldwide and collectively holds more than 500 licenses for its diverse activities.
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