Chapman Freeborn signs up with GTA in Canada

GTA Air Solutions has become Chapman Freeborn’s representative in the Canadian market under a new partnership announced at TIACA’s International Air Cargo Forum held in Toronto this week.
The new agreement will give Canadian customers improved access to international charter solutions, while strengthening Chapman Freeborn’s existing coverage in North America.
GTA, based in Mississauga, near Toronto, is headed by chief executive and chairman Mario D’Urso, who has spent 20 years in aviation establishing and growing several successful companies including GTAdnata World Cargo – the cargo and ground handling operations provider at Toronto Pearson International Airport.
Chief operating officer Brian Potvin has 13 years in the industry. Before joining the GTA group in 2016, he spent eight years with Kelowna Flightcraft working as a pilot and later heading business development and sales.
Russi Batliwala, chief executive of Chapman Freeborn, said: “Through this partnership, Canadian customers will have greater choice and access to a wider range of charter products than before.
"GTA is a business with its roots firmly in Canada, and they are ideally placed to help us extend our reach in this market. We’ve been impressed by their ambition, the strength of their relationships and the level of customer service they provide."

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