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International Air Charter Bolsters Fleet

International Air Charter (IAC) has bolstered its fleet to meet the expected surge in demand during Eid Al Fitr, which marks the end of Ramadan. IAC is one of the world’s biggest independent private jet charter brokers and consultants.  

The company hit their growth target this season and expects a 50 per cent increase in the number of clients. IAC Middle East Partner Elie Abdo said “While IAC has been hitting its growth targets for the season with bookings and reservations steadily increasing, we are expecting a further rush in demand during Eid Al Fitr.”
 

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