Bristol Flying Centre FBO sees record traffic during Glastonbury Festival


Bristol Flying Centre (BFC) FBO in the UK has reported a record number of aircraft movements and fuel uplift in June, thanks to the world famous Glastonbury music festival.

The company, which incorporates operator Centreline Air Charter, saw aircraft movements increased by 36% on the same period last year and the fuel uplift grew by 12% to 500,000 liters during the month.

Tanya Raynes, managing director of BFC Group, commented, “Being able to report a record month for BFC in June is indicative of the whole year-on-year growth we are seeing. It is particularly exciting to be a key part of Glastonbury, which is such an important event to the region and the rest of the world. We will be ready to do it all again and hope to see an even busier period this time next year.”

July 11, 2016

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