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FAI extends partnership with McLaren Formula 1
FAI has earned a place on the helmet of British race car driver Lando Norris after extending its aviation services partnership with the McLaren Formula 1 team.
FAI Aviation Group is prominently represented on the helmet of F1 driver Lando Norris.
Read this story in our February 2024 printed issue.

Germany-based operator FAI Aviation Group has extended its partnership with the world-famous McLaren Formula 1 Team. FAI will be known as an official partner of, and continue to provide executive aviation services to, the team and its logo will be prominently represented on Lando Norris’ helmet.

The partnership, which commenced in early 2020, has enabled FAI to raise its profile within the Formula 1 community and grow its brand.

Siegfried Axtmann, FAI Group chairman and founder, says: “We are extremely pleased to extend our partnership with McLaren Racing following a successful close to four year cooperation. As a company we have boosted our visibility and enhanced our value. We look forward to continuing serving the McLaren team, which is having a terrific season, flying them to their race destinations across the world as their official partner.”

McLaren Racing CEO Zak Brown adds: “We are delighted to extend our partnership with FAI Aviation Group. Since 2020, we have had a strong partnership underlined by a dedication to professionalism, and we are proud to continue this into the 2024 season and beyond.”

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