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Challenge Group: The art of Charter

2022 saw Challenge Group operate around two charters per week to all kinds of destinations around the world: a total of 90 flights carrying a broad mix of commodities from humanitarian aid to relief, life saving goods, vulnerable art works, essential energy/oil & gas equipment, crucial music stage equipment, wonderful live animals, the freshest of perishables, life-saving pharma and Covid vaccines, through to eye-catching automotives. When it comes to shipment shapes and sizes, Challenge Group has seen it all.

“Having multiple Air Operator Certificates makes Challenge Group very flexible. We use whichever option enables us to fly the shortest possible route in the interests of time, costs for the customer, and sustainability,” says Edward Micallef, General Manager of Challenge Air Cargo.

“Our services are available to commercial entities as well as all NGOs, government institutions, and other such organisations,” Edward Micallef details. Challenge Group is often called upon to fly relief goods. “The fastest charter arrangement we ever carried out, was the transport of humanitarian aid from the US to Poland, which we executed in just 48 hours. We are always on standby to assist with humanitarian charter requests, such as following the tragic earthquake situation recently in Turkey.” Just hours after the devastating news, Challenge Group was planning slots and routes to multiple airports in Turkey, on call at any moment.

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