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Rahim aims to boost private jet business at Air Partner
Maud Rahim is looking forward to building relationships with regular private flyers, those who currently fly just once a year or who have flown once and not since, and "those who are yet to experience the extraordinary."
Maud Rahim.

Global aviation services group Air Partner is continuing to grow its business development personnel by appointing Maud Rahim as business development manager, private jets.

Rahim will be responsible for strengthening existing relationships with individual flyers, executive assistants and group bookers, and generating new business opportunities with first-time and experienced private flyers and corporates to expand Air Partner's presence in the global private jet space.

Following its acquisition by Wheels Up, the leading provider of on-demand private aviation in the U.S. and one of the largest private aviation companies in the world, Air Partner's already vast database of private flyers is set to continue to grow with a steady flow of business from clients flying privately from the U.S. to Europe.

Commenting on his appointment, Rahims ays: “Air Partner has access to over 7,000 aircraft around the world, which presents huge potential for business development and growth. I am looking forward to cultivating relationships with regular private flyers, those who currently fly just once a year or who have flown once and not again since, and those who are yet to experience the extraordinary.”

Having worked for British Airways and most recently TAG Aviation as deputy charter sales manager where he managed private individual clients and corporates.

Clive Chalmers VP charter UK, Air Partner, says: “Maud will help reinforce and grow our reputation in the world of private jets as we continue to expand our dedicated team who all have a passion for aviation and a talent for building relationships.”

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