Bristol Flying Centre Group rebrands as Centreline


Bristol Flying Centre Group, the parent company of Centreline Air Charter, based in Bristol in the UK, has undergone a major rebrand, with a new name, logo, crew uniforms and signage. The entire company will now be known simply as Centreline, with details at

The move is intended to align all of the corporation’s various activities to aid its growth as a leading European full service jet management operation. Its offerings include charter, FBO, engineering and ATO.

It is not the first significant change for the company this year. Earlier in 2016, it was purchased by a Guernsey-based family office, Pula, and increased its fleet of managed aircraft to nine, which includes the UK’s first Legacy 500.

Tanya Raynes, CEO, Centreline, said, “It’s important that Centreline retains its established values of being a boutique, customer-obsessed company, but at the same time develops a new, modern identity. No matter how large we become as an organization, we will continue to offer the same bespoke, personal service, with some of the most experienced and talented people in the business residing in the Centreline team.”

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