B&H keeps Flybe in the air

B&H Worldwide has extended its relationship with Europe’s largest regional airline, Flybe.
The aerospace logistics specialist will provide a range of "time critical solutions" to the carrier through its control tower at its London Heathrow facility and using its OnTrack Cloud-based IT system to manage the process. 
It will also implement its freight optimisation solutions for Flybe, along with continuous financial reporting and analysis and provide Customs compliance services.
B&H chief executive Stuart Allen said: "AOG and time-critical logistics need specialist teams to manage and deliver the parts…We will be putting in place plans to ensure they benefit from a continuous improvement program for their aerospace logistics which not only meets, but exceeds their expectations".
Flybe’s director for engineering and maintenance, Keith Earnden, added: “B&H has demonstrated a clear understanding of the imperatives under which Flybe requires to operate and has played a critical role in efficiently providing…the effective ongoing aerospace logistics solutions we need. We are pleased to have found such a professional, reliable service provider and look forward to working with their teams through our extended relationship.”

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