U.K.-based Air Partner expects a full-year profit of at least £11.5 million for its fiscal year ending this month
Global aviation services group Air Partner today provided an update on trading for its financial year ending 31 January 2021.
At the time of the half-year results, published on 30 September 2020, Air Partner reported that it expected modest profits in the second half of the year.
However, despite global travel restrictions, the company has performed better than expected and ahead of market expectations, according to its CEO Mark Briffa’s statement.
He said the company now expects to announce an underlying profit before tax of no less than £11.5 million for the full year.
Air Partner offers on-demand charter and brokered jet cards with fixed one-way rates and guaranteed availability in both the U.S. and Europe.