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14/10/2015 - Privilege Style Signs Boeing 777 Component Support Deal With AFI KLM E&M

Spanish non-schedule airline specialist to benefit from on-demand component support.

Paris, Amstelveen, 14 October 2015 - Privilege Style and AFI KLM E&M have signed a contract covering component support for a Boeing 777 which has joined the non-schedule airline's fleet, the first aircraft of this type to be operated by Privilege Style. Under the terms of the new contract, AFI KLM E&M's will provide component support for the Spanish airline on request, anywhere in the world.

Worldwide support
This Agreement marks the start of the business relation between Privilege Style and AFI KLME&M.
Mr. David Torres Technical Director at Privilege Style explained that, "With the entry of this new aircraft type into our fleet, it is vital for us to be able to count on a reliable, experienced MRO partner, able to respond rapidly to our component requirements wherever our operations take our aircraft."
AFI KLM E&M Senior Vice President Commercial Fabrice Defrance said: "We are very pleased with the trust Privilege Style has placed in us. Due to the nature of its non-schedule airline and VIP business, this is an airline that needs tailor-made responses with extreme fast-track action at each request, anywhere in the world. This is exactly the sort of thing that AFI KLM E&M's global MRO network was able to guarantee, with a component support offering as expert as it is competitive."

About Privilege Style
Founded in 2003 and based in Madrid, Spain, Privilege Style is a non-schedule airline specializing in bespoke flights for large corporates, VIP clients, and sports teams. From its hub at Barajas International Airport, Privilege Style operates a fleet comprising two Boeing 757-200s, one 767-300ER, one 777-200ER and an Embraer ERJ-145. Privilege Style is a subsidiary of Spain's biggest air broker by turnover, The Empty Leg Group, with experience in leasing business jets, corporate non-schedule airlines and VIP jets.

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