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The ACA adds Wape Jets as its newest member
The Czech aviation company Wape Jets has become a member of the Air Charter Association. For owner Zuzana Petakova membership confirms it is a progressive, trustworthy and customer orientated company.
The Czech aviation company, owned by Zuzana Petakova, has been added to the list of over 250 members of the ACA.

Wape Jets has become a member of The Air Charter Association (ACA). The Czech aviation company, which charters and sells private jets, has been added to the list of over 250 members of the ACA.

“Membership of The ACA is another important milestone in our history. It confirms that we are a progressive, trustworthy and very customer-oriented company,” says Zuzana Petakova, owner of Wape Jets. “Admission to this important international association was preceded by a thorough examination.”

“Aircraft rental requires extensive knowledge to find the most appropriate, legal and cost-effective solution. Clients appreciate the value and security of reservations through members accredited by ACA,” adds Petakova.

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