Chapman Freeborn partners with ATC in South America

By Damian Brett

Neil Dursley

Charter firm Chapman Freeborn has appointed sales agent ATC Aviation Services as its commercial representative for Latin America.

The deal will see ATC sell on behalf of Chapman Freeborn in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay.

The two companies said that co-operation will strengthen their coverage in South America.

Chapman Freeborn’s chief commercial officer Neil Dursley said: “ATC has a long record of serving its customer base extremely well. With their outstanding reputation, extended South America network and local experience, they will enable us to increase sales and improve customer support in Latin America.”

ATC regional director Latin America Mark Thiermann added: “The Chapman Freeborn team brings almost 50 years of charter experience to the ATC landscape, which is a great addition to the local expertise of the ATC Aviation Latin American team. We are excited to explore the cooperation and grow together.”

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