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With over 50 combined years of experience, our team is uniquely positioned to provide sophisticated, safe, and reliable air charter services. Headquartered in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, and with local offices in key cities in Latin America, we boast a network of trustworthy collaborators across the region. With Flapper, you get the right help without delay. We are proudly certified Wyvern-compliant and hold impeccable safety records in Brazil and beyond.
Drawing on our wide range of expertise in aviation, technology, and luxury management, our team has been able to successfully grow our business and create long-lasting value for all our stakeholders. We are members of numerous regional and international organizations, including NBAA, ANAC, AMPRO, and ALAGEV. Our team has been repeatedly recognized as leaders in the field. The list of the most recent awards includes the 2020 Acquisition International Magazine’s Best Private Aviation CFO, the 1st place at the Global Investment in Aviation Summit, the NBAA-BACE’s 2019 innovation pitch winners, Globo’s 100 Startups to Watch in 2019 & 2018, and The Forbes U30 2017 honors.
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Flapper hits a record number of international charter flights
As a growing number of airports face reduction in their scheduled operations, Flapper took a lead in organizing business missions and diplomatic assignments for MNCs and international organizations alike.
Covid-19: how we fight it
Together with our commercial partners we actively invest in actions to combat the spread of the Coronavirus (covid-19). Extra measures were adopted to ensure safety of the travelers and other stakeholders of our sector.
The impact of coronavirus on aviation sector in Brazil
The last time the aviation sector faced a similar crisis was back in 2003. Largely unknown to aviation professionals in South America, SARS epidemic costed Asia Pacific carriers some 6 billion dollars (IATA), what corresponded to 35% of their revenues. This time is different, for many reasons.