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VIDEO: Air Partner on conditions in the worldwide aviation industry

Air Partner’s (LSE:AIR)’s

Chief executive Mark Briffa discusses the firm’s outstanding H1 with underlying PTP +250% and underlying EPS +198%m mainly driven by Group Charter and Freight divisions.

He goes on to discuss the performance of each of the aviation company’s divisions, the initiatives taken and then moves on to the opportunities including in the US, South Africa, through acquisitions.

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